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THE ROAD NOT TAKEN 



Two roads diverged In a yellow wood 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where It bent In the undergrowth; 

Then took the other, as Just as fair 
And having perhaps the better claim 
Because It was grassy and wanted wear; 
Though as for that, the passing there 
Had worn them really about the same, 



And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no step had trodden black. 
Oh, I kept the first for another dayl 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way 
I doubted If I should ever come back. 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 
Two roads diverged In a wood, and I - 
I took the one less traveled by, 
And that has made all the difference. 



- Robert Frost 




Wilmington High School 



159 Church St. 
Wilmington, MA 01887 



1984 Yearbook Staff 



Advisor: R. E. Dicey 
Editor: Dianne Tobey 
Associate Editor: Pam Davis 
Publishers Representative: John Neister 
Business Manager: Bonnie Mac Eachern 
Art Director: Cheryl Olson 
Photo Editor: John Hulburt 
Index Manager: Karin Bjork 
Layout Editor: Chuck Monteforte 



Section Editors: 
Sports: Joan Sullivan 
Activities: Cheryl Evans 
Clubs: Chris McMenimen 
Faculty: Chris Enos 
Underclassmen: Diane Foley 
Seniors: Colleen McKenna 
Superlatives: Bonnie MacEachern 
Candlds: Suzanne Tolini 



General Staff: 



Jay Barrett 
Stephanie Briggs 
Frank Carta 
Karen Coville 
Sandra Crowley 
Denise DeLucia 
Ruth Durkee 
Lisa Elmstrom 
Michelle Faulkner 
Lois Fitzpatrick 
Sandi Gedney 
Bonnie Hicks 
Heidi Malewicz 
Lisa Marsh 
Brian Robbins 
Scott Robbins 
Ed Rogers 
Jeanne Scott 
Sheri Sencabaugh 
Judy Seville 
Kathy Shelley 
April Smallidge 
Janine Stosez 
Rob Sullivan 
Rob Tilton 
Joann Walsh 
Donna Wingate 



Typists: 



Sharon Boudreau 
Sandra Crowley 
Lisa Elmstrom 
Cheryl Evans 
Bonnie MacEachern 
Cheryl Olson 
Jeanne Scott 




Table Of Contents 



Candids: pp3-18 
Faculty: pp 19-26 
Underclassmen: pp 27-30 
Clubs: pp 31-34 
Sports: pp 35-62 
Superlatives: pp 63-70 
Seniors: pp 71-112 
Activities: pp 113-124 
Year in Review: pp 125-128 






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Asst. Principal 




Mrs. J. Bachman 



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Mrs. C. Souza 

Secretary 




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Mr. J. Glllls 

Director 
Physical Ed. 




Mr. R. DeRosa 



Principal 




Mrs. P. Gearty 

Secretary 




Mrs. M/chaud 

Secretary 




Mr. F. Belllslmo 



Physical Ed. 




Mr. E. Woods 

Asst. Principal 




Mrs. L. Clark 



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Foreign Lang. 






Mrs. M. Leonard 

Director 

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Mr. L. Enstad 

Music 




Miss L. Bocchlno 

Director 
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Miss J. Fitzgerald 

Foreign Lang. 




Miss B. Merle 



Music 





Miss C. Capozzl 

Foreign Lang. 




Mrs. M. Ross 



Foreign Lang. 




Mrs. P. Halllssy 



Art 




Mrs. B. Shea 



Librarian 






Mrs. P. Schram 



Foreign Lang 




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Mrs. A. Simmons 



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Mrs. B. FlightGrecoe 

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Mr. D. Greece 



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Ms. M. Kennedy 

English 



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Mr. D. Morlarlty 

Director 
English 



Mr. R. Boucher 

Reading 





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Mr. C. Olsson 

Director 
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Mr. A. Fessenden 

Social Science 




Mrs. L. Basmajlan 

Social Science 




Mr. L. Magglo 



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Social Science 




Miss A. Russell 

Social Science 




Mr. G. DISarclna 

Social Science 




Mr. R. Scan/on 

Social Science 



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Director 
Science 




Miss F. McGurn 

Science 




Miss G. Dadoly 

Science 




Mr. J. Megyesy 

Science 




Mr. J. Krey 

Science 




Mrs. J. Pedersen 



Science 




Mrs. P. Lock wood 

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Mr. B. Levy 

Director 
Math 




Miss J. Daebel 

Math 




Mr. J. Babcock 



Math 




Mr. P. Domlgan 

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Mrs. J. Jacobson 



Math 






Mrs. C. King 



Math 



Mr. J. Plantedosl 



Math 



TEACHER OF THE YEAR 






'Your business-like manners." 



"Being a good 'sport'" 



'Just being you. 



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JUNIORS 



JUNIORS 



JUNIORS 



JUNIORS 



JUNIORS 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

L to R: Jay McFayden. President; Andrea Ausiello, Vice- 
President. Patricia Mottolo. Secretary, and Maria Alpers. 
Treasurer. 







SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMOREt 








SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Sitting: Nancy Newark, Treasurer Kneeling: John Desforge. Vice- 
President Standing L to R: Peter Campbell. President and Lisa 
Cutone, Secretary 






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FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN 






FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS 

Front Sitting: Andrea Quinn, Vice-President Standing L to R: 

Denise MacMullin, Secretary, Tina Favero, Treasurer, and Sean 
Marsh, President 







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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Front Row L to R: Judee Landrigan, Jim Wallace, and Lisa Gidari. 
Middle Row L to R: Larry Grant. Carl Beatrice, Dean Athanasia, Paul 
Caizzi. Darin Colarusso and Bill Odium. Back Row L to R: Mr. Lynch, 
Adviser. Andrea Gosselin, Joan Sullivan, Dianne Tobey, Colleen Mc- 
Kenna, Leslie Nagy, Linda Nistico. Chris Enos and Chris McMenimen. 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 




Front Row L to R: Debbie Buckley, Kim Nelson, Missy 
Frey Diane Magee, Michelle Holbrook, Ann Marie 
Meeker, Dorice Reitchel. Sheetal Desai and Debbie 
Gass. Middle Row L to R; Dawn Dow, Michelle Roney, 
Tracy Rose, Virginia Grice, Larry King, Tammy We- 
singer, Denise MacMullin, Beth Patterson, Janet Crow- 
ley. April Smallidge. Maria Alpers and Andrea Ausiello. 
Third Row L to R: Ms. Fernandez, Adviser, Gina Orlan- 
do, Laura Auer, Carolyn Hale, Leanne Martin, Elena 
Revelas, Karen Oulette, Julie Penny, Chris McMenimen, 
Pam Davis, Leigh Hastings, Kelly Halley, Andrea Quinn, 
Matt Parr, Paula Malenchini, and Miss Fitzgerald, Advis- 
er. Back Row L to R: Lynn Johnson, Dianna Murray, Amy 
Holmes, Jean Schneider, Kristen Pepe, Lisa Medeiros, 
Jenniter St. Onge, Michelle Toto, Karen Sandberg, Rich 
Smith, Gina Carillo, Jim Moynihan, Mark Russell, Dan 
D'Eon, John Pepe, Laurie Valatko, Julie Cassidy. Mar- 
lene Brodie and Laura Duden. 



MATH HONOR SOCIETY 

Front Row L to R: Lauren Callahan, Dianne Tobey, Julie Rich- 
burg, Joan Sullivan, Jennifer St. Onge and Denise Quinn. Mid- 
dle Row L to R: Tricia Mottolo, Adrianne Hoon, Pam Davis, 
Andrea Gosselin, Leslie Nagy, Jay McFayden, Scott Bishop, 
and Andrea Ausiello. Back Row L to R: Mr. Hill, Adviser, Andy 
Papliolios, Ed Kaizer, Rob Tilton, Stephen Collins, Jeffrey St. 
Onge, Michael Pittaro, John Pelletier, Steven Stokes, Dennis 
Riley, Tom Ross, Richard Liggiero, and Ed Grise. 





OFFICE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

Front Row L toR: Maura McDonald, Gail Lombard and Kim Mytych. Middle 
RowL /off; Mrs. Simmons, Adviser, Bonnie MacEachern, Kathy Shelley, Lisa 
Elmstrom and Chris Enos. Back Row L to R: Pat Rescigno, Scott Anderson, 
Darin Mather, Bill Odium, Stephen Dionne, Laurie Morin. and Peggy Chali- 
four. 




PROM COMMITTEE 

Front Row L to R: April Smallidge, Bonnie Hicks, Diane 
Foley, Cheryl Evans, Sandra Crowley, Frank Carta, and 
Chuck Monteforte. Middle Row L to R: Karen Coville, 
Bonnie MacEachern, Jeanne Scott, Lois Fitzpatrick. 
Laurie Wolfe. Kathy Shelley, and Christine Enos Back 
Row L to R: Chris McMenimen, Julie Celata, Patty Co- 
nant, Donna Wingate, Cheryl Olson, Beth Taylor, Col- 
leen McKenna, Ruth Durkee. Karin Bjork, Michelle Faulk- 
ner, Denise DeLucia, Eileen Dion, and Lisa Marsh 






SCIENCE CLUB 

Front Row L to R: Chris MacDonald, Donna Murray, Carol 
O'Brien, Terry Marden, Maureen O'Leary and Sharon Dou- 
cette. Middle Row L to R: Mr. Krey, Adviser, Vicky Ellsworth, 
Tracy Rose, Dianne Gillis, Eryk Rotondo, Heidi Sencabaugh, 
Diane Sennett, and Cindy Bedell Back Row L to R: Tony 
McCarty, Larry King, Kelly Haley, Don Hill, Marty Surrette, Kathy 
Howard, Kim Barry, and Ed Kaizer. 





COMPUTER CLUB 



Front Row L to R: Ed Grise . John Marino, and Matt Regan Back Row L to R: Ed 

Kaizer, Kevin Michaud. Scott Anderson. Mike Robichaud. Mr Levy, Adviser and 
Dave Rich. 




Student Council 



Front Row L to R: Denise Quinn. Mono Alpers. and Andrea Au- 
siello Middle Row L to R: Darin Cotarusso. Chns McMenmen. Jufce 
Celata Chris Enos. Jrn WoJoce and Done Fotev Bock Row l to 
R:Mr Levy. Adviser. Ann Mane Meeker. Denise MocMuln. Leann 
Martin Beth Patterson. Andrea Qum. Tina Fave^o and Sean 
Marsh 










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Marching Band 

Jazz Band 
Flag Squad 




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WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 
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CLASSES OF 
84 85 86 87 



FI ELD HOCKEY 13 20 22 26 2» » 

VOLLEYBALL 20 22 27 29 

CROSSCOUNTRY 20 26 30 

FOOTBALL tn ., _ 

VARSITY 1G 17 24 

J V 26 

FRESHMAN 30 

SOCCER 14 17 20 22 24 28 








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WILDCAT ATHLETICS 
FEBRUARY 

BASKETBALL 7 10 

HOCKEY 8 11 

GYMNASTICS 8 

TRACK 8 9 

WRESTLING 8 9 fi v 

INTRAMURALS 28 29 

CLASS OF 84 NOTES 
SR PLAY MARCH 30 & 3 1 
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1st Row L to R: Chris Cormier, Chuck Monteforte, Sean O'Beirne. Paul Bossi, Dean Anthana- 
sia (CC). Paul Caizzi (CC). Gerry Sullivan (CC). Rob Sullivan, Garth Halliday. Steve Raso. and 
Brian Moon. 2nd Row L to R: Brian Davis, Tom Coy, Frank Carta, Chris Dindo, Keith Dunnett, 
Roger Quandt, Bob Donahur, John Hulburt, and Roy McClanahan. 3rd Row L to R: Shawn 
O'Connell, Chris Anthanasia, Billy Woods, Joe Biondo, Dante DeMarco, Ken DeYoung, Mike 
Woods, Dave Hanson, and John Desforge. 4th Row L to R: Eric Oulette, Mike Maiella, Don 
Gorski, Tony Cutone, Peter Campbell, Kevin Collins, Ed Shelley, Trevor Deegan, John 
McLaughlin, Asst. Coach Jim Tildsley, Head Coach Ed Harrison. 5th Row L to R: Mike Burke, 
Louie Moore, Mike Fay, Fred Ryan, Chris Hill, Dave MacDonald, Keith Peabody (Mgr), 
Charles Rooney, Russ Kashian, Bob Skeen, Asst. Coach Gary Nihan. and Asst. Coach Fran 
Muccio. 




FOOTBALL 


Wildcats Opponent 

7 DRACUT 8 


21 @ Gr. Lawrence 
CENTRAL 



14 


22 @ Haverhill 

22 @ Billerica 

ANDOVER 


21 

8 
7 


@ Chelmsford 
10 LAWRENCE 


35 
6 


LOWELL 


6 


35 @ Tewksbury 

5 Wins 5 Losses 


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Front L to R: Stephanie Briggs, Patty Conant, Karen Coville, April Smallidge (CC), Cheryl 
Evans (CC). Sandra Crowley (CC), Joan Sullivan and Judy Seville, Hear L to R: Coach Jan 
Cassidy, Val Sullivan, Kathy Robinson, Sharon Carbone, Janet Crowley, Kristen Butt, Aurelie 
Smith, Marsha Burns, Kristen Pepe, Bonnie MacEachern (Mgr). Asst. Coach Jan Urquhart 
and missing from photo is Jamie Vitale. 



FIELD HOCKEY 



Wildcats 



Opponent 



4 


METHUEN 





5 


DRACUT 





2 


TYNGSBORO 


1 






@ Tewksbury 
LAWRENCE 


1 



1 


HAVERHILL 





3 
4 


@ Chelmsford 
ANDOVER 






3 
3 
1 
2 


@ Methuen 
@ Dracut 
@ Tyngsboro 
TEWKSBURY 



1 
2 



3 


@ Lawrence 


1 


2 

1 


@ Haverhill 
CHELMSFORD 




1 


3 


@ Andover 


1 


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Front L to R: Ed Silver, Darin Colarusso. Billy Odium, Scott Anderson, Bill Eno, Russell 
Trow and Steve Dionne. Roar L to R: Brian Tully, Steve Ferante, Jim Taylor, Carl 
Townsend, Sean Connors. Steve Caizzi, Todd Lewis, Dean Colarusso, Billy Herrick, Billy 
Zambernardi, Jeff Grecoe, and missing from photo is Brian Cram. 



SOCCER 


Wildcats Opponont 


3 @ Haverhill 2 


4 LAWRENCE 1 


1 CHELMSFORD 1 


1 a Methuen 3 


1 ANDOVER 1 


3 @ Gr. Lawrence 6 


3 LOWELL 2 


1 @ Billerica 3 


TEWKSBURY 2 


2 HAVERHILL 1 


1 @ Lawrence 


3 @ Chelmsford 2 


METHUEN 1 


1 @ Andover 4 


1 GR. LAWRENCE 4 


@ Lowell 3 


1 BILLERICA 4 


1 @ Tewksbury 3 


5 Wins 10 Losses 2 Ties 




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Front L to R: Gail Lombard. Pat Resigno, Chris McMenimen (C). Bonnie Hicks, and Kim 
Mytych Rear I to IP; Lynn Johnson, Tricia Mottolo. Michelle Toto. Renee Clark, Celia 
Cornish, and Coach Doug Anderson. 



VOLLEYBALL 1 


1 Wildcats 




Opponent 


2 


@ No. Reading 


1 


1 


ANDOVER 


2 


2 


a Methuen 


1 





LAWRENCE 


2 


1 


@ Tewksbury 


2 


2 


LOWELL 


1 





@ Dracut 


2 





CHELMSFORD 


2 


2 


BILLERICA 


1 


2 


@ Gr. Lawrence 


1 


1 


@ Andover 


2 





METHUEN 


2 


2 


@ Lawrence 








TEWKSBURY 


2 


2 


@ Lowell 


1 





DRACUT 


2 





@ Chelmsford 


2 





@ Billerica 


2 


1 


GR. LAWRENCE 
9 Wins 10 Losses 


2 




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BOYS CROSSCOUNTRY 1 


Wildcats 


Opponent 


24 


BILLERICA 


35 


49 


@ Chelmsford 


15 


22 


LOWELL 


35 


41 


@ Central 


18 


19 


GR. LAWRENCE 


41 


15 


@ Lawrence 


58 


22 


@ Tewksbury 


35 


22 


DRACUT 
6 Wins 2 Losses 


37 



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1st Row L to R: Lucien Grise.Tom Ross, Steven Stokes. Daren Mather. Rory Martyn, Greg 
Braciska, Jim Wallace, Glen Baptiste, and Paul Quandt. 2nd Row L to R: Jeff St. Onge, John 
Pepe, Ed Grise, Eric Braciska, Stathis Feizidis, Steven Hunt, Brian Ribeirio, Robert Pasquarella, 
Robert Curtis, Danny D'Eon, Ken McCowan, and David Shanteler. 3rd Row I toR:Assi Coach 
Bob Cripps, Jamie Perry, Jeff Perkins, Mike Maguire. Ron Zwicker, Ken Morgan, Bob Boudreau, 
John Butt, David Trout, Frank Dinsmore, Eric Cripanuk, George Fuller, Al Prescott, Mark Eddy, 
and Coach Frank Kelley. 





1st Row L to R:Jara Coolberth, Laura Duden, Lisa Hawkins, Kristin McCowan, Lisa Desforge (C), 
Dianne Tobey, Kelly, Dineen, Michele Harkins, Kati Lydon, and Keley DeLuca. 2nd Row L to R: 
Jennifer Jacques, Shiela MacDonald, Julie Cassidy, Michelle Cormier, Janet D'Errico, Michelle 
Holbrook, Andrea Hayden, Debbie Ring, Tina Favero, Kirsten Galvin, Cheryl Bishop and Erin 
Hurley 3rd Row L to R: Asst. Coach Bob Cripps, Julie Stedman, Carrie Parker, Mary Virtus, Lori 
Stockbridge, Cheryl Dow, Nancy Fillio, Debbie Errico, Jennifer St. Onge, Julie Richburg, Kim 
Dinsmore. Lauree Murray, Lauren Callahan, Cheryl Cyrus, and Coach Frank Kelley. 



GIRLS CROSSCOUNTRY 




Wildcats Opf. 


>on«nt 


32 BILLERICA 


25 


31 Haverhill 


25 


26 Chelmsford 


32 


27 LOWELL 


29 


19 Lawrence 


42 


15 .'ethuen 


47 


22 TEWKSBURY 


37 


15 >ndover 


50 


6 Wins 2 Loseses 









1st Row L to If: Jack Meeker, Kevin Collins, Chris Dindo, and Jay Barrett. 2nd Row I to 
R: Asst. Coach Colin MacDonald, Billy Wolfe, Tom Craig, Scott Robbins, Dean Athen- 
asia, Dennis Moran (C), Kevin Cullivan, Don Gunn and Coach Bill Cullen. 3rd Row L to 
R: Dante DeMarco, Dave Fuller. Dan Kane, Steve Caizzi, and Billy Woods. Missing from 
photo are: Steve Raso, Brian Tully, Brian Robbins. Brian Surrett, and Dave Richards. 




ICE HOCKEY 




Wildcats Opponents 




8 


ANDOVER 




3 


WAKEFIELD 3 




3 


WOBURN 2 




7 


DRACUT 2 




4 


@ Tewksbury 4 




5 


@ Central 1 




4 


@ Methuen 3 




5 


LAWRENCE 




6 


@ Lowell 




15 


GR. LAWRENCE 




6 


ANDOVER 2 




9 


@ Haverhill 1 







@ Chelmsford 8 




1 


BILLERICA 6 




12 


@ Dracut 4 




4 


TEWKSBURY 2 




1 


CENTRAL 2 




3 


METHUEN 1 




5 


@ Lawrence 1 
14 Wins 3 Losses 2 Ties 




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VARSITY ROSTER 

1. Sandra Crowley 

2. Cheryl Evans 

3. Linda Nistico 

4. Sharon Carbone 

5. Janet Crowley 

6. Gail Lombard 

7. Kathy Robinson 

8. Kristen Butt 

9. Val Sullivan 

10. Nancy Fillio 
Coach: Doug Anderson 
Asst. Coach: Sue Rowe 



GIRLS BASKETBALL 



Wildcats 


Opponents 




51 


a Arlington 54 




35 


@ Concord 43 




35 


ARLINGTON 63 




38 


ACTON 65 




40 


TEWKSBURY 41 




34 


@ Methuen 46 




54 


LAWRENCE 42 




29 


@ Dracut 43 




36 


BILLERICA 39 




49 


@ Tewksbury 69 




37 


CHELMSFORD 48 




47 


a Haverhill 52 




52 


ANDOVER 58 




67 


@ Gr. Lawrence 79 




48 


@ Lowell 46 




40 


METHUEN 49 




45 


@ Lawrence 46 




34 


DRACUT 54 




36 


@ Billerica 46 




46 


TEWKSBURY 59 • 
2 Wins 18 Losses 




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1st Row L to *;Mike Woods, George Hanna, Capt. Gerry Sullivan, Capt. Dennis Kelley, Sean 
O'Brien, and Dave Boudreau. 2nd Row L to R: Coach Jim Tildsley, Brian Wetzler, John Carroll, 
Brian Moon, Chris Lydon, Mike Buckley, Eric Johnson, Bill O'Donnell, and Russ Lydon. 



Wildcats 




Opponents 


39 


@ Chelsea 


56 


54 


BEDFORD 


56 


59 


NO. READING 


55 


45 


@ Methuen 


71 


56 


LAWRENCE 


69 


46 


Dracut 


57 


42 


BILLERICA 


60 


51 


@ Tewksbury 


58 


47 


CHELMS- 
FORD 


63 


62 


@ Haverhill 


82 


40 


ANDOVER 


52 


53 


@ Gr. Lawrence 


95 


32 


CENTRAL 


71 


23 


a Lowell 


72 


40 


METHUEN 


61 


53 


@ Lawrence 


67 


54 


DRACUT 


63 


34 


@ Billerica 


67 


69 


CHELSEA 


59 


64 


TEWKSBURY 

3 Wins 17 Losses 


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1st Row L to R: Julie Richburg, Stephanie Briggs (C), Dianne Tobey, Lisa Desforge, and 
Lauren Callahan. 2nd Row L to R: Debbie Marsolini, Pam Davis, Kim Dinsmore, and Kristen 
Ugolini. 3rd Row L toR: Coach Frank Kelley, Kelly Dineen. Nancy Jones, Kim Mytych, Beth 
Moulton. Cheryl Bishop and Michelle Holbrook. Missing from photo are: Ann Marie 
Meeker, Debbie Errico, Kirsten Galvin, Andrea Hayden, and Lisa Medeiros. 



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GIRLS INDOOR TRACK 1 


Wildcats 




Opponents 


45 




Methuen 




40 


31 




Chelmsford 




55 


38 




Billerica 




48 


48 




Lawrence 




36 


28 '/ 2 




Lowell 




57*4 


49 




Haverhill 




36 


42 




Tewksbury 




44 


23 




Andover 
3 Wins 5 Losses 




62 





1st Row L to R: John Desforge. Rory Martin, Darin Mather (C), Bill Odium (C), Paul Caizzi and 
Glenn Baptiste. 2nd Row L to R: Coach Frank Kelley, Eric Cripanuk, Brian Ribeiro, Paul Quandt, 
Nathan Baldwin, Todd Lewis, Frank Dinsmore, Dave Trout, Mike LaLava, Al Prescott and Wayne 
Freitas. Missing from photo are: Darin Danico, Daniel D'Eon, Mark Eddy, Kenny McCowan, Sean 
O'Beirne, James Penney, John Pepe and Mike Russell. 



BOYS INDOOR TRACK 




Wildcats 




Opponents 




17 


Chelmsford 


68 




26 


Billerica 


59 




28 


Lowell 


54 




35 


Gr. Lowell 


50 




37 


Gr. Lawrence 


54 




44 


Tewksbury 


42 




22 


Lawrence 


64 




21 


Central 

1 Win 7 Losses 


65 






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1st Row L to R: Paula Malenchini, Ellen Grinder. MaryLou Cunnigham, Dawn Dow and Laura Duden. 
2nd Row L to R: Keley DeLuca, Kristin McCowan. Jean Ottati, and Kati Lydon. 3rd Row L to R: 

Lauree Murray, Gina Carrilli. Lisa Gidari (C), Celia Cornish, Jean Snyder and Coach Jan Moynihan. 
Missing from photo are: Tara Coolberth, Carol Devita, Julie Stedman and Patty Savosik. 



GYMNASTICS 


Wildcats 


Opponents 


74.25 


@ Methuen 


70.9 


82.4 


@ Westford 


93.5 


86 


@ Salem, NH 


111 


89.8 


BILLERICA 


88.8 


84.95 


@ Lowell 


109.85 


89.4 


@ Londonderry, NH 


111.5 


94.5 


DRACUT 


121.95 


90.8 


@ Chelmsford 
2 Wins 6 Losses 


107 



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1st Row L to R: Joe Hall, Chuck Monteforte Darin Colarusso (C). John Pelletier and Mike Maguire. 
2nd Row L to R: Ron Zwicker, Paul Bossi. Rob Sullivan. Steve Tobey. Paul Cantwell and Roy 
McClanahan 3rd Row L to R: Coach Mike Nee. Rob Antico. Mark Russell. Dean Colarusso, Dave 
Hanson, Billy Szydlowski. Ken Chisholm and Asst. Coach Brian Belmore. Missing from photo is Frank 
Carta (injured). 



WRESTLING 




Wildcats 


Oppononts 




24 


@ Ham-Wenham 34 




45 


@ No. Reading 24 




27 


PENTUCKET 35 




37 


@ Lynnfield 27 




15 


@ Triton 45 




11 


@ Lowell 40 




39 


GR. LAWRENCE 27 




24 


LAWRENCE 30 




26 


@ Tewksbury 36 




10 


@ Billerica 53 




20 


@ Dracut 39 




43 


@ Littleton 22 




26 


@ Westford 35 




57 


HAVERHILL 12 




6 


METHUEN 54 




6 


@ Chelmsford 57 




15 


MASCONOMET 42 
5 Wins 12 Losses 




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BEST SMILE 


CLASS SWEETHEARTS 


MOST ATHLETIC 


SHORTEST/TALLEST 


CLASS FLIRTS 


MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT 


SHYEST 


CUTEST 


BEST ALL AROUND 


BEST DRESSED 


PRETTIEST HAIR 


MOST TALKATIVE 


CLASS CLOWN 


MOST GUILLIBLE 


LAUGH OF 


CLASS BRAINS 


BEST FIGURE/BUILD 


MOST ATTRACTIVE 


CLASS ARTISTS 






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MOST ATHLETIC 

Paul Caizzi & Cheryl Evans 







MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Leslie Nagy & Darin Colarusso 




MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT 

Chris McMenlmen & Bernie McNally 




LAUGH OF 

Gerry Sullivan & Judee Landrigan 



BEST ALL AROUND 

Stephen Raso & Bonnie MacEachern 




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Julie Celata 8c Joy Barrett 




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MOST ATTRACTIVE 

Lois Fitzpatrick & Russell Trow 



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BEST SMLE 

Judy Seville & David Deming 



PRETTIEST EYES 

Darin Colarusso & Ruth Durkee 





SHORTEST/TALLEST 

Lisa Marsh & Kevin Cullivan 



SHYEST 

Lisa Gidari & Lucien Grise 





CLASS CLOWNS 

April Smallidge & Jerry Lawrenson 



BEST DRESSED 

Frank Carta & Suzanne Tolini 





CLASS BRAINS 

Darin Cdarusso & Dianne Tobey 



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CLASS MUSICIANS 

Ca/1 Beatrice & Judee Landrigan 




Class artists 

David Cooiidge & Lisa Spahl 




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CUTEST 

Lorraine Flaherty & Jimmy Wallace 



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CLASS SWEETHEARTS 

Sean Lowney &. Pauline Pereira 





CLASS FLIRTS 

Chris Rossetti & Scott Robbins 






PRETTIEST HAIR 

Jimmy Cheney & Lisa Elmstrom 






BEST FIGURE/BULD 

JM McQuesten & Darin Colarusso 



MOST GULLIBLE 

Caren Ward & Tony Cenca 



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JANET PATRICIA AHLMAN 
Janet Cakes 

Band 1-3 

REMEMBER: my family, Carrol. 
Tammy, Joan, Danny, Dennis, Mau- 
reen, Rochelle, Gail, Rm m - 
2/18/83, Nancy, Journey Concert, 
Miss Kennedy, Jaime, Dia, Suzanne, 
Mr. Domigan, Sweetheart, Sheila, 
all other friends, Wayne. FORGET: 
5/19/83, 4/16/83. FUTURE: being 
successful "Now way, really?" 




KIMBERLY FRANCES ANDERSON 
Kim 

SPC 2, Stint 3 

REMEMBER: family, John, 4/1/83, 
friends, Kim, Cindy, Leslie, 
SACTLCDNTMKHMVLSMBMA, Lou- 
ise, Revere Beach, Chinese food, 
Linda, Deanna, Lucci's Girls, MG. 
Tom Petty, Queen, Nice Cars, Par- 
ties. FORGET: "FATWEDGie-KK", fir- 
ehydrant, fights, JLF. FUTURE: To 
become the head of a large cor- 
poration and make millions! 
"Sounds good to me" 




DEAN C. ATHANASIA 
Deano 

Bsbl 1. 2, Hoc 1-4 Cap 4, Ftbl 1-4 
Cap 4. 

REMEMBER: Wakuta '83. Jed, Caiz. 
Rax, Cheese. Den, Tewksbury, 
Cabin 1, Pueebles, Chris, Chuck, 
Gong Show. Wongo, Fireworks. 
W.F., Bones, Films, Kiki, Family, 
Vader. FORGET: Chelmsford, Dirt- 
balls, Morning Practice, Woofy, 84. 





LINDA SUSAN BARKER 
Linda 

Wtr 1.YB 1 

REMEMBER: Father, Mother, brother 
Donnie. Rainbow. Ice-skating, fam- 
ily, friends, Julie R., Pam, Kim, Jamie, 
Mr. Fardy, Julie L. MYF trips. FOR- 
GET: Freshman Year, Chemistry. 
3/9/82, Green Grove, working holi- 
days, French III, Cub Scouts FUTURE: 
To become a registerd nurse 
"Come On" 




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JOHN J. BARRETT 
Jay 

Hoc 1-4, Bsbl 2-4 

REMEMBER: Family, Friends. Brian. 
Dem, Court w/Tully. Midget State 
Champs, Dennis, Fireworks, Free 
Food, Salvi. Horror in Cafe w/Head 
FORGET: Brian's Driving, Morning 
Practices, Losing to Woburn 2-1, Al- 
gebra, Bubba. Dirtballs FUTURE: To 
Make The Bucks "The Irish are # 1 " 



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M4/?/f J. BARYSKY 
REMEMBER: My Mom and Dad, 
family, friends, Laura, Sharon. Mi- 
chelle, Renee, DC. (3 Years), work, 
K.B., talks with Ann, Freshman Eng- 
lish Class, mall, L. lbs., good times, 
senior year. FORGET: Junior year, 
3rd sem of Italian III, Studying all 
night, timings, Tewksbury, absents 
and tardiness. FUTURE: To always 
be happy in everything I do. 



ROBIN LYNN BIMBO 
Rob 

JA 2 

REMEMBER: Family, friends. Marvel- 
ous Marvin Hagler's Parties, Sum- 
mers down Cape Cod. Patty and 
the rocks, good times and parties 
FORGET: Homeroom, mistakes, bad 
times & fights FUTURE: Executive 
Secretary "I've got a headache" 




CARL RICHARD BEATRICE 
Carl 

Jazz Band 1-4.C-C1, NHS 3-4. MaHS 
3 

REMEMBER: KIMBERLY, FRIENDS — 
Class of '84, The Band (Mag, 
Chuck), Summers of '80, '81, '82. 
July 4 Carnival - '82. D. The Classical 
Piano. FORGET: "NOTHING" FU- 
TURE: Pianist, Keyboardist, Song- 
writer - "Making It Big" in a No. 1 
Progressive Rock Band. "Some- 
times ya just gotta say, 'What the 
— I'" 




SCOTT W. BISHOP 

C-C 1. Wtr 1, Str 1, 2. ScC1, 2, Band 
1-4, Jazz Band 3, 4. JA 1. 3. 4. MaHS 
2. 3, 4. SpHS 2. 3, NHS 4 
REMEMBER: Tom, John. Chris. Pam. 
Dianne. Andrea 3, Demse. Kathy. 
Tracy. Tim, Bob. Working with Mike. 
Rollerskating & Burger King, Biovac. 
Penna FORGET: Rainy Saturday 
Mornings, Pep rallies. The S C 
group FUTURE: Engineering "No, I 
don't think so" 




CHRISTINE M. BERRY 
Chrlsl 

REMEMBER: Fun, Family, Eileen, 
Sandy, Ruth, Colleen, Denise, Mark, 
Mike, Arthur, Dennis, Cheryl. D 
gang, proms. Thane, car on beach. 
Police 83, skating, Boston, parties, 
horns, coffee, ice/water, siee- 
povers, h-day trips, beat cars, FL, 
ME, NY, Ozzies. p 2 . exploding p\ 
"hi" FORGET: Chem. 4/5/83. 
bruises. Pit, B.T., MO., first job 
"Why?" 




KARIN E. BJORK 

Sfbl 1 . Gym 1 . Prom Comm 3. 4. YB 
4. SrPI 4 

REMEMBER: My family, friends snar- 
ing good times. (BC). Cheryl. JR 
Prom. Demoulas gang. A N T W P . 
"The Promise". 7/22/83. cono 
"maniac- iSE."'. 12/18/83. twis. 
Ozzies FORGET: F QMS getting 
cai MM. FF 11/28/83- 

SG FUTURE: Fo L ve Love, and 
Laugh "No . . . Wayl" 










BRIAN C. BOCCUZZI 
Bob Coozy 

REMEMBER: Going to party's. My 
New Bass and gal. Joana P. G.B., 
and Van Halen, D.B.. S.D.. O.B.. PC. 
S.M., B.C., Summer of "83". FOR- 
GET: School and class work. FU- 
TURE: Start a rock band and go to 
College in Boston, "come on" 




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DAVID E. BOUDREAU 
Bouda 

Ftbl 1. Bskbl 1-4. C-C 2-4. Str 1, 2 
REMEMBER: Family, friends. Arizona. 
Track Camp. Braciska's camp, 
Saco with Larry, Jim, Tom. Bob. N.H. 
with Rob and Greg, Hunting with 
Bob, Street hockey games. FOR- 
GET: Anatomy, Freshman Basket- 
ball 0-15. Saturday Meets FUTURE: 
Go to college and get a degree in 
Business. 




STEVEN J. BONACCORSI 
Bona 

Ftbl 1-4. Wres 1-3 
REMEMBER: LORRAINE. 10/24/81. 
Family, friends, Jim, Brian, Frank, 
Greg, Gregs Parties, Baldwin, The 
Rink, GTWLMWBWL, Beaches. W.T 
FORGET: The day back from Wo- 
kuta '83, Coach G.N , Fence, "for- 
get it". S.C. 



SHARON J. BOUDREAU 
Shar 

ClOf Pres 2. FHoc 1. Gym 1, Str 1, 
REMEMBER: JOHN 3/27/83, Family, 
NEAL, Friends, Patti, Ape, Steph. Ka- 
ren, Michelle, Cheryl. Sheri. Proms. 
5/20/83, Novi. Maine w/John. Kil- 
marnock. 6/30/81. parties, falling 
on my face. FORGET: Breakups, 
summer school. Tree FUTURE: To 
be happy and successful in ever- 
ything I do "No way, Really?" 




PAUL A. BOSSI 
Boss 

Ftbl 1-4. Wres 1-4. Bsbl 1-4. Stint 
REMEMBER: Family, Keith. Rob. 
Woofy. April, Chipa, Tony, Julie. 
Maureen, and Friends, Football 80- 
82.Wrestling.4th of July Weekend 
at Hampton, working at the gas 
station FORGET: Football 83, Mrs. T. 
Football Camp 81, 83, Mr. N, Mr. T.. 
getting Fired at T.J ,'S FUTURE: 
Move South and open a gym. - 
AAAAH --HAI 



GREGORY JOHN BR AC I SKA 
little Fred 

Bskbl 1. C-C 1-4, Wtr 2, 3, Str 2 
REMEMBER: Family, friends. Trip to 
Arizona 4/16/83-4/24/83. Track 
Camp. Skiing Kington, Going to 
Camp, Snowmobiling Climbing Mt 
Washington FORGET: Studys. fresh- 
man basketball 0-15. Sat track 
meets. White Stadium, The name 
Lumpy FUTURE: Further my educa- 
tion and get a good job "Get outa 
herel" 





WILLIAM R. BR ANN 




CHARLENE M. BRANSCOMBE 
REMEMBER: family, Kevin 3/24/83. 
Lynn, Rose, Charlene, Sandy, 
Joann, friends. Birds Wes, eight 
days at beach w/R. THE HILL, sum- 
mer- 1980 FORGET: two-faced 
people, Labor Day 1980 FUTURE: To 
be happy. 




MAUREEN BRENNAN 
MOE 

BSK Cheer 1; Gym 2. SrPI 
REMEMBER: DAVID 2/19/83, Family, 
FRIENDS, 10/10/83 weekend. 
11/26/83, GOING MOBILE, Football 
11/24/83. The Guys. TOWN. Max. 
"Jim". Mustang FORGET: ACCI- 
DENT, two-faced people, 
"cliaues", capn. Fights. MT. JM. 
NAVY, TRYOUTS, KNEES. 8/25/83 
FUTURE: Marry David "What's 
up?" 




STEPHANIE BRIGGS 
Stmt 

FHoc 1-4. WTr 1-4. capt 4. STr 1-4. 
capt 4. YB 

REMEMBER: Family, friends. Cheryl. 
Brian. Maureen. Bonnie. Lisa (DEG). 
Susan. Alice. Mr Kelley. The Chins. 
Mr Mansola, track meets. Lyn-Ma- 
ne. Kathleen. Senior year FORGET: 
Falling in Tewksbury. cherry 
Piggy shoes. Junior Year. Being ac- 
cident prone FUTURE: To become a 
nurse "You're Kidding" 




DEBORAH LEA BRENNAN 
Debbie 
REMEMBER: Family, fnends. Juie. 
Scott Loam, Donna. Kris, field trip 
11/17/83. LS. Hall and Oates con- 
cert. MR. SC. good movies. Mtv. 
friends at WLHE. 2/12/83 FORGET: 
Gym. Walking home from school, 
exams, steno FUTURE: To have a 
successful career in music "ya 
rightl" 







PATRICE A. BUCKLEY 
Trice 

Sfb 1 BoOr Srf>l 

REMEMBER: Gram, famiy. Pc 
Jude. Ape. Stacy fnends, Carl. Bob. 
WP1. Nashoba. "Memonai-Do 
summef-82. shed, "nap S O . BJ- 
Ce*ca-12 A r-fcsgrv- 

r>g-83 Loon. Munches. Riceheods 
FORGET ^FU- 

TURE: -X3TS f <ne . . I 

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MICHAEL FRANK BUCZYNSKI 
Maul 
REMEMBER: Family, Close friends, 
friends, weekends, DTIOS, fhe 
beach, skiing, things we did, skat- 
ing, Hall patrol, Plans, Recollections, 
AOTIWTR, WHS FORGET: WHS. 10- 
31-82, Sweats, Screwdrivers, the 
days after, Monday thru Wednes- 
day, Nicknames FUTURE: Go thru 
college "Really, you're not kid- 
ding me" 




JOSEPH C. CAIMI 
Joe 

Chor 1-4 

REMEMBER: Great teachers and 
friends FUTURE: College "Better 
Late than Never" 



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PAUL LAWRENCE CAIZZI 
Calx 

Ftbl 1-4, capt 4, Bskbl 1. 3; WTr 2, 4; 
STr 2-4, capt 4; NHS; JrRot 
REMEMBER: 35-21, Thanksgiving 
'83, Football, Kangas Mangas, 
Camp '83, Froshyear, KRT, Diane, 
Jed. Dean, Friends, 7/5/83 FOR- 
GET: English, Fights, Snowbound 
w/Jed, Phsycho, Dracut, Bloodclot, 
Andover, missing Chelmsford, Rink 
Strikeouts FUTURE: To be a success. 



BONNIE MARIE CANNON 
Bon-Bon 
REMEMBER: Neal. March 1981, The 
Puppy, Misty. Kaluha. Weekends 
FORGET: T.B.. WHS., school morn- 
ings, the witch FUTURE: Marry Neal 
and have a family "/ don't know" 






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MARGARET ANNA CAPERCI 
PEGGY 

FdHoc 1; SpTr 1; WTr 1. 2 
REMEMBER: JOHN, Family, Twin, Bil- 
ly, J.Q., R.G., Kevin, J.D., Pat, Soph- 
omore English, Summer 83, Dunkin 
Donuts, Rock Pile, Germany, W.S., 
M.W.. Mr. Cogan, Night Cops, Sen- 
ior 4th period study FORGET: GARY, 
5/31/81. Stelio's FUTURE: Get Mar- 
ried to John "What a Geek" 



FRANK E. CARTA 
Paco 

Ftbl 1-4; Wres 1-4, capt 4; Bsbl 1-4, 
Pres 3. 4; YB 4. StCon 4, SptComm 3 
REMEMBER: Family, Suzanne 
10/24/81. times w/GREG, Larry. 
Jim, Bona, Robbins's, TWDC, Prom, 
Bona's fence FORGET: Family 
fights, accidents. Fights w/Su- 
zanne, spinning 2, 3/15/83 FUTURE: 
To live a happy and successful life. 
"Cool your Jets" 







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PATRICIA A. CASSIDY 
Pattl 

C-C 1, WTr 1. 2 

REMEMBER: Chip, 1/1/83. Ma. Aunt 
Sue, family, Sharon, Marc, friends. 
Michall, Mr + Mrs B . friends at 
Luccis. Reading. H.D.. my kids FOR- 
GET: California. D.E., working Fri., 
Sat. nights. Freshman year, flunking 
algebra, driving back from the 
Cape FUTURE: To be happy and 
successful. 



JULIE MARIE CELA TA 
JUL 

Ftbl Chr 2-4, Bskbl Chr 1; SCIP. SpHS 
2. 3-Treas ; StAdB 2-4. StG 3. 4. 
Prom Comm 3. 4 

REMEMBER: DANNY 10/20/82. 
Family. Chrisy, Rachel. Caren 
Friends, Cheering (esp 81). 9/4/83. 
Baldwin, "9". Proms, good times 
with Danny. Lake Slush, our car 
FORGET: 8/28/83. chemistry. 
4/30/82 FUTURE: To live a long, 
successful life 



JAMES P. CHENEY 
JIM 

Wres 1-3 

REMEMBER: r am . Friends. Bono. 
Brian. Scott. Frank. Greg, truck, 
olds. Baldwin. Rink. Bits. Satsbury 
beach. YZ + Pats, wrestling. 
"southern nights", quartes FORGET: 
suspension. 15 to 1. "southern 
mornings", lost, getting up FUTURE: 



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DARIN V. COLARUSSO 

Wres 1-4; Soc 1-4; MaHS 1, 2; NaHS 
3. 4; StC 4; Golf 2; SCIP 
REMEMBER: Close friends. Mr. Nee, 
Mr. Scanlon, good feachers. Having 
fun. Winning FORGET: Making 
weight, 83 sectionals, losing, bad 
teachers, worrying about grades, 
school's loss of privileges FUTURE: 
To fly jets and eventually become 
an astronaut "Ballsy/" 



SHARON LYNN COLEMAN 
GWENDILYN 
REMEMBER: Penelope, Nancy, Ma- 
rie, Carrol. Julie, Sue, Sandy, Paula. 
Summer 81 & 83, Halloween 79 & 
83, York beach, Sebago Lake. Ben- 
oit. Cruising, Twin, Fireplace, Mr. 
Fardy, John, Rock Pile Situations 
FORGET: Hiho hoser FUTURE:! o stay 
happy! "How do you get to 495?" 



PATRICIA L. CONANT 
PATTY 

FdHoc 1-4; Tennis 1-4. Booster 1-4; 
SCIP 

REMEMBER: Family, Gramp, Jude. 
Trice, BOB, friends, Noshoba, "Bes- 
testest of friends", WPI, NYF 82. 
"NAP". Snowbound, field hockey. 
Northeast habor, "Memorial Day", 
25c-WTAN, "stories!", cemetary 
FORGET: cement posts, FFAB, 
1 1/1 1/80 FUTURE: In twenty years . 
"Oh, please!" 






CHRISTOPHER CORMIER 



DAVID L. COOLIDGE 
MISCELLANEOUS 

ScCI 1-4, State House Intern 4 
REMEMBER: Sue, Kitty, Tom, Brian. 
Brownie, Janine, Sandy, Chris. An- 
dras and Deirdre, Halloween-83, 
Plant. Moody Blues, 8th grade trip, 
Salisbury, 118, Art teachers, fresh- 
man skipday, suspension FORGET: 
W.H.S.. jox FUTURE: To always be 
myself and be happy with what I 
am "I'll do It tomorrow" 



KAREN L. COVILLE 

FdHoc 1, 3, 4; Bsbkl 1, 2; Prom com 
4; YB 4; FHS 1-4; Booster 1-4 
REMEMBER: Family, Friends, GTWK, 
Florida, California, Ohio, My Party, 
Greg's, Prom, Beach, Nahant, 
ANWD, ATGTAW. Chinese Food-2, 
Snowbound weekend!, Cel/12 
FORGET: Accident, promises. 4:30 
AP, Phone calls. Nicknames, 81 
summer FUTURE: To own a 100 ft. 
yacht! "Well, . . . I don't know" 



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THOMAS R. COY 
TOM 

Ftbl 

REMEMBER: Jr. Year, Don, Family, 
Close Friends, Lisa, Spanky, 
5/29/81, Buick, Martha, Nature, 
Led Zeppelin, Parties, Musters FOR- 
GET: White Lake, Trisha, Amy, 
6/14/83, 3 years at W.H.S.. Past 
cars, accidents FUTURE: To enjoy 
life - day by day 
"We're outta here I" 



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BRIAN H. CRAM 
CRAM 

Soc 1-3, 4-injured 
REMEMBER: Soccer team, Triumph, 
Hampton, Good Friends, Deb, The 
Gang, Prom, All the Good Times 
FORGET: Boring studies, Boo-boo, 
analysis. Broken leg, Hospital, 
Crutches, Trip to Boston, Walk from 
Reading, Detention, Poodle FU- 
TURE: LAGNAF "Your Sick" 




LYNN MARIE CROWELL 
REMEMBER: Brad 2/12/82. Joanne, 
Charlene. Family, MB., T.D., R.L.. 
P.M., G.F., S.V., Mistaken Identity, 
Bird, J.D.. A. DA. P., WES, Tripoli 
Road, Sty. Route 9, Dadge Dot 
FORGET: My accident, typing FU- 
TURE: Jo be successful in whatever I 
do 




SANDRA ANNE CROWLEY 

FdHoc 1-4, capt. 4; Bskbl 1-4, capt. 
4; Sftbl 1-4; SpHS; YB; SCIP, Prom 
Com 

REMEMBER: MIKE 2/12/82, Cheryl, 
Bonnie, Family, friends, Bestestest 
friends, Bobsy twins, NYE-82, Celica- 
12, Thanksgiving 83, epidemics, 
Franconia FORGET: Queen, Re- 
vere, B.S., 1-adam-12, Kitty's FU- 
TURE: To live life to its fullest and be 
happy "Have another one, 
Cheryll" 





KEVIN JOHN CULLIVAN 
GUS 

Hoc 1-4, Bsbl 1 

REMEMBER: Family, Oconnells, 
Okie. Debbie, GTWK, York Beach, 
Bahamas. Summer 82, NYE 82, Cur- 
rans, Robbins. Denise. CR's. Senior 
Boys. Raz, Dennis. 3 Stooges. Hock- 
ey, Pach, Jeannes FORGET: Frank- 
lin, QOS. Patty's. RTP, Hsimplex FU 
TURE:C.P.A.. $ $ $ "Thai's too bad" 




SNA WN C. CUSHING 
CUSH 

REMEMBER: Rusty Led Zeppein. Ju- 
das Pnest The tmes with any g»l- 
friend Laurie, gong to cone* 
porting on the weekends, rocng 
cars, nding dirt b*es and campr>g 
and sking FORGET: SCHOOL 
cops, and oJ me bod tmes i hod 
during school FUTURE: Not sure 
"Get down on ft" 






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BRIAN M. DAVIS 
MAC 

Str 2-4; Ftbl 4 

REMEMBER: family, Brian. Michelle. 
Dave, Bonnie, Moe, Stef, Bromely, 
parties, Hampton, Mud at Beniuen- 
to's, 4-wheeling, friends FORGET: 
accident 4/19/83, breaking up, 
stitches, Math FUTURE: College 
"Who Cares" 




DION D. DE JESUS 
REMEMBER: Baldwin, Rink, Parties up 
Newhouses, all the old times in my 
cars, and especially fun times at 
the tech FUTURE: To be a profes- 
sional race car driver and build the 
car myself, and own my own weld- 
ing company 




DEMISE DELUCIA 
DE 
REMEMBER: Family, Re, Chris, Karin, 
Ruth, Jo, Matt, Lynn, Wendy, Mich, 
Bill, Bob, Dave, Art, Dl, Mark, Patty & 
Steve, Chris & John, CM., S.D., E.D., 
C.B.. Dick, England, the Everett, 
Rainbo, Bookmans, "I'm so ex- 
cited". 6/24/83. 10/5/83. 
12/6/82. 12/18/83 FORGET: 
9/1/81, FF, RMS, DC, FUTURE: To 
live, learn, and grow ". . . Babyl" 




STEPHEN GERARD DELANEY 
STEVE 2 

Tr 1. Golf 1, 2, StSchCom 2, 3, ScC 1 
REMEMBER: 12/6/82, S.R., J.W.. 
M.S., J. P., R.W., Karl, Exit Stage Left 
Concerts, Unexpected Guests, 
Mega-weekends, 7/4/83, Man- 
hunt, Boston Trips FORGET: Swine 
Treks, Roses, Sophmore year, 
10/4/83 FUTURE: Ambassador "For 
the simple fact ..." 



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JAMIE E. DEMOS 

REMEMBER: 3/4/83, 16th surprise 
party. Alicia, Eileen, Chris, Joan, Na- 
than, Friends, Family, Roll-on, Good 
times with friends, summer vaca- 
tions, day trips FORGET: 3/17/83, 
loon, cast, Analysis, gym FUTURE: 
To be happy always 






JAMES A. D'ERRICO 



EILEEN M. D'EON 
LEE LEE 

REMEMBER: Ron 11/14/82. Chris, 
Ruth, Colleen, Denise, Jamie, Den- 
nis, skating. Police 83, prom, car on 
beach ask Colleen, Fl, NY, ME, Bos- 
ton, parties, "Hi . . ." ask Chris, Slee- 
povers, holiday trips, ice/water, 
horns/beat cars, ozzies, D-gang 
FORGET: The woman, Demoulas, 
Ben, BT "Why not?" 



LISA J. DESFORGE 
LIS 

C-C 1-3, Capt. 4. Bskbl 1; Wtr 2. 4 
Str 1-3, Capt. 4 

REMEMBER: Family, Friends, Sue. 
Kathy, Mr Duggan. Mr Kelley. Mr. 
Melhado. Freshman year. Footbal. 
Track friends FORGET: Torn mus- 
cles. Junior year SAT's, getting up. 
boring classes FUTURE: Phys 
Education "It's LHel" 




KIMBERLY ANN DINE EN 
KIM 
REMEMBER: Family. Grandpa, Chris, 
3/25/83. friends. Kris. Terry. Kim and 
John. Cindy. Mike, Diane. A, Mary 
and George, Operation-sneakout, 
Revere Beach, Tom Petty. Santa. 
SP FORGET: K. P. P.. Juice, Photo Hut, 
EnD FUTURE: To be happy "Ask me 
If I car»l" 




STEPHEN E. DIONNE 

Soc 1-4. Golf 2. 4. OEA 4 
REMEMBER: Stan's Bird April 83. 
Kowolski. BDPF Hampton Beach 83. 
Ibanez Iceman. Bob. Laura. Scott, 
Lennie. Julie FORGET: Woodside. 
Hairy Situations. Snotty Underclass- 
men. Computax. Kinks. Skyr 



ROBERT J. DONAHUE 
FUZZY 

Ftbl A ■ 3. Banc 

REMEMBEB er Skating. Game 
83. 1C / 7/82. Camp Nfcghts. Kongo- 
Parking lo* FORGET: 
Che 7/20/81. 10/15/82. 

Next Day. Park. Off. Camp c 
FUTURE: Go into the Computer 
Fie*d 



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MANOROM DOUANGMANY 
LOM 

Vbl 

REMEMBER: Family, friends FORGET: 
Algebra Class FUTURE: Social Work 
"Oh, well" 




LISA J. ELMSTROM 
LI, LIS, ELIE 

OEA 2, 3, Sec. 4 Pres.; YB; BSK 
Cheer 3. Capt. 4; SPHS 1-4; MaHS 3. 
4. SrPI 

REMEMBER: Family, Lou, Friends, 
Sue. Joan, Dianne, Andrea, Sheh, 
CR. Oh yEAh, BSK Cheer Jr. Yr., 17th 
BD, Ms. A, BMM, Lindsay, Nicki, 
Cape Cod FORGET: HOMEWORK!, 
FFIEGAF, Sophmore English FUTURE: 
Go to Australia to teach "My Brian 
Hurts" 



RUTH E. DURKEE 
RUTHI 
REMEMBER: Colleen, Patrick, Eileen, 
Chris, Denise, Jeannie, Re, Lynn, Mi- 
chelle F&S, Chris, Mark. Mike. 
Wayne, Dennis, Al, Maine. Candy 
necklaces, NY, Holiday trips, Boston, 
Police 83, NB ask Colleen, tag 
team, car on beach, ice/water, life 
guards, sleepovers, horns/cars 
FORGET: fights, rumors, phonebills. 
bruises, name game "Be Real" 




WILLIAM DA VID EHO 
Eno 

Soc 1-4, Capt 4, Lac 1, 2 (Pinker- 
ton) 

REMEMBER: Nan & Gramps, Mom, 
family, friends, gingles, N.H., Hamp- 
ton, Summer "83", U-Haul, Saugus, 
prom, one-two, the trip, Andover 
game "82" 2-1, growing up. FOR- 
GET: The carnival, mornings. The 
Bird, getting lost FUTURE: To be 
famous. "Definitely" 





VICTORIA LYN ELLSWORTH 
DAFFY 

Band 1-4. Pres. 4, Chor 1-4, ScC 1-4; 
Jazz 3, 4; Str 2 
REMEMBER: Diane, Eryk, Dopey. 
5/13/83. Kange. Nokomis. Wres- 
tling, the gang. CTC HCTC, Winni- 
Kinni. Ugi. JMW, Styx, October 82, 
10/8/83, sleepovers. Iggy. SAD. LEJ 
FORGET: Arguments. Being afraid 
FUTURE: Live life to the fullest "In- 
teresting" 




CHRISTINE ANN ENOS 
Chris, Chrlsle 

NHS 3. 4; SHS 1-4; OEA 3. 4; Chr; Stu 
Gov; Yrbk. PrC; Sr Play 
REMEMBER: Mom, Doodles, JAD, 
family. Kathy, Joann, Ruth, Colleen, 
the rest, DC, psychedelic thread, 
Mrs. W., Those Guys, "I hear Bick- 
fords," Fric &. Fric, skippin' 8t dippin', 
spoops, CA. muscles. FORGET: NF's 
COLD, fake friends, JV SHOW? MD 
FUTURE: College. ASK KEN "Yoh- 
Yoh, gosh darn ya" 



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CHERYL MARIE EVANS 

FHoc 1-4; Capt. 4; Baskbl 1-4, Capt. 
4; Sfbl 1-4; Yrbk.; Prom Comm; 
SpHS; Sr Play 

REMEMBER: Family, ROBBIE 1/1/82, 
Sandra, Bonnie, friends, Bobsy 
Twins, Trans- AM 82, Patty's 4/81, 
Celica-12, Proms, Beach, Marsh- 
mallow-Face, Thanksgiving 83', 
coaches. Epidemics,. FORGET: Ar- 
guments, Being left, lumberjack, 
T.M., Revere FUTURE: To have fun 
and be happy with everything I do 
"Have another one, Sandral" 



LORRAINE A. FLAHERTY 

BSK Cheer 1 , 3; FB Cheer 4. Gym 1 , 
2 

REMEMBER: STEPHEN 10/24/81, 
Family, Close Friends, Caren. 
Jeanne, LeeAnn. GTWS, TCParty, 
Field 2, Close calls, Yale, All 
nighters, Hampton, Sum 83, NH-Ca- 
noe. TW/C. Bonaccorsi's, Lee-OJ. 
FORGET: Breaking up, JCPWSTB, 
Jp's Tree, Andover St. FUTURE: To 
be Happy "/ don't get lt?l" 





MICHELLE MARIE FAULKNER 

C-C 2; Wrt 2; JA 2; Prom Comm 3, 4; 
YBk Staff; 

REMEMBER: Family, Nana C, Jack, 
Krafts, LRKS Tennis, Shoes, 
DCSSRSPVJP, RDMBJSMBJB, 
8/24/82, Beach, JS Eggscene 
6/21/83. JVD Him, TP 8/7/81 & 
3/24/82, Proms, FB 8c DCSPJSJG. 
FORGET: Freshmen year, suspen- 
sion, MR, rumors, spilling everything 
at prom. FUTURE: To be successful 
"I'm Impressed" 




DENISE E. FOLEY 

Sfbl 1-3; Bskbl 1, 2; Prom Comm 3. 4; 
NHS 3, 4, MaHS 3, 4; Fr HS 2. 3 
REMEMBER: family, friends. Sharon. 
Kevin, R & R, fort, rink, Ballardvale. 
KCPB parties, NYE 82'. prom, day 
after. Snowbound. SAB. TWFCCR. 
PCFKC, Bud. SNQGWPP. MT. Sum- 
mer 83'. FORGET: leaving. SS par- 
ties, lies, 25c horror, mistakes, FFAB 
FUTURE: To be happy 8i successful 




LOIS CA THERINE FITZPA TRICK 
M.S.L. 

BSK Cheer 1, 2; FB Cheer 3, 4, ClOf 
2. 3, 4; Prom Comm 3. 4. Ybk Staff 
REMEMBER: Mom. Dad. Family. Jer- 
ry 7/22/83. Laurie, Cruising, Allison. 
Susan, Gina, Chrisy, Cush Saugus, Jr 
Prom, Soph, yr.. Our Boys, Ruimte. 
skipping. Cannon, HS. lot. Magic 
Bus 3.00 Swamp. "Y" FORGET: 
Confusion! FUTURE: To always be 
happy "Buenaaalll" 




DIANE L. FOLEY 
0/ 

Sfbl 1-4. StSchCom 3. 4. StCn 4. Yrto. 
SpHS 3. 4 

REMEMBER: Famiy. FnendS. Paul. 
Deb. R & R. Rink. The Fort. NYE 82 
SSAKC Parties 7/5/83. Pr 
Beach. GTWP. Mr DeRosa Cefcco- 
12. ODAB FORGET: Lies Hampton 
"82. FFAB FNDWG OUT. LMWBG. 
10/24/82. Algebra I FUTURE I a be 
happy and successful 



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WILLIAM F. FONTAINE 
BILL MAN 

FTbl 3. 

REMEMBER: Barbra 6/6/83. It's 
worth the trip, Summer of 82, Par- 
ties in the woods, Mopeds, Fresh- 
man Year, Here comes the Bar- 
racks. FORGET: STAFF (except Mr, 
Scanlon 8t Mr. Nee) FUTURE:! o be 
Rich Quick. 
"What's up Brauw?" 





GREG R. FRASER 
SMEGA 
REMEMBER: Russell 3/1/80, the 
neighborhood, Paul, Baga, Deiffa, 
Lahey boys, John, Gary, Ed, 
Wayne, Cristene, Heatther Brad, 
Lynn, Gina, Mary, pablos, Cris, FOR- 
GET: D.W.I. 12/28/82, totalling my 
torino, not graduating in 83', pulling 
horror. FUTURE: To be Successful 
"yah right" 





JOANNE E. GARDNER 
Jo 

SkC 2-4 

REMEMBER: Family, Jimmy, LZJSLRL 
GTCSGRB, PBDBCC DMLMBK, 
7/2/82, Ricky, "3MSK". SKINNY DIP- 
PING. BB-day, 10/12/82, MT snow 
84, Hampton w/ Lee, Citations, 
Montreal 82, Springsteen, 
12/31/83, WWJ. FORGET: Certain 
people, 3/27/82 worrying, Getting 
caught, mud. "NO WAYI" 



SANDRA J. GEDNEY 
SANDI 

Tr. 1; Gym 1-3; yrb; Sr. Play 
REMEMBER: Family, Bonnie, Ca- 
loryn, Kellie, Chesh, Good Friends, 
"Dandy", Thanksgiving Game 35- 
21, Rallies, Lunch Out, N.H. Guys, Al- 
ton Bay, McDonalds, Haiti. FORGET: 
"Diets", "My Time", May 1983, Yo- 
del, busrides, being Late, Close 
Calls. FUTURE: To travel 
"You Guysl" 





STEVEN E. GIBSON 
Denlc 
REMEMBER: Robert Plant, Concerts, 
Partying. T, Meuch, Gus, Psycho's, 
Pig farm, Westboro. Cindy's. Morri- 
son is God, Bonzo, Ken, Metal Rules, 
Bondage. Yabs. Knebworth, Mom 
and Co. FORGET: Wakefield, 
school, begging for license FUTURE: 
To live till I die. 
"You might!" 



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LISA M. GIDARI 

Bskbl Cheer 1; FB Cheer 2-4. Capt. 
4. Gym 2-4. Capt 2-4; NHS 3. 4. 
SpHS 1-3. MaHS 1-3 
REMEMBER: family, Julie B.. Chery- 
lann, Chris 11/11/83, 11/26/82. 
TMWE, friends, cheering-especially 
'81, camp, N.H.. Thanksgiving Day- 
'83, Sr. prom; 83-day after. FOR- 
GET: 12/30/80. SAHBAA. BSB, TRN's 
FUTURE: To live a happy and suc- 
cessful life. 




ANDREA DIANE GOSSELIN 
Andl 

NHS 3. 4. StGvt 2. MaHS 2-4 VP-4 
Wtr 1. 2. C-C 1. 2 
REMEMBER: Family. Chuck. Pam. 
Dianne. Scott. Joan. Julie. Lisa. Chris 
('ello) and friends. PmeFall Farms. 
running discussions. Saco River. 
10/22/83. Sophmore English FOR 
GET: Sarcasim. shin splints, the 
paradox of double meanings. Mac- 
Beth FUTURE: Climb the Corporate 
Ladder 



DIANE L. GILLIS 
Dl 

ScC 2-4, Pres. 4; Chorus 3-4 
REMEMBER: Paul, Eryk Vickie, Char- 
lie. 11/6/82. CTCHTC. 3/19/83, Jr. 
Prom, Sue, Dave, Wrestling, 
10/1/83, "The Gang", SAM, D&D. 
Science Club. JK FORGET: 
11/23/82, Most of freshman year, 
8/7/83 FUTURE: To enjoy my life 
"You're klddln' mell" 





LYNN MARIE GOULET 
L YNSEY 

REMEMBER: Family. David J S . L R . 
L Z . J G . D D . R D . C M . Andover 
JD.DM. Burlington P S M R . Low- 
ell J.N . Jr Sr Prom. J S . Mickey D's. 
Bob's Truck. Parties, game. Burtng- 
ton Soccer game FORGET: Gossip, 
fights, break ups. School lunch FU- 
TURE: Be happy and successful 
"Really?" 



LA WRENCE H. GRANT JR. 
Larry 

Wtr 1. SpHS 1-4. Bsbl 1-4 

NHS 3 

REMEMBER: Fanr . ne CO' 

Friends. Florida. Hampton. Week- 
ends. Street Hockey Games. Ferny 
Times at Pnenotys. B* and Bob s 
FORGET: - 781. Bomg 

Summers with broken leg. Losng 
Matches. Rough Times FUTURE: To 
tve a happy and successful We 
"You only live once" 



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THERESA B. GREENLEAF 
Terry 
REMEMBER: Cross Country 8/2/83- 
8/28/83. 6/15/82-MARK Fantasia, 
Vermont hunting, concerts, BC, AF, 
Twins, MS, AP, SW, Lake, Family. 
FORGET: 12/28/82-2/28/83, Han- 
govers FUTURE: To go to college 
and become a Computer Opera- 
tor "HI (whoever) Face" 



LUCIENA. GRISE 
Grlsa 

MaHS 1. 2, FrHS 2, C-C 18i4. Str 1-3, 
Wtr 1-3 

REMEMBER: Thanksgiving game, 
street hockey, Hampton, GC, BH, 
SP, friends, family. FORGET: Chemis- 
try, short salem, French 4. FUTURE: 
To have a career in the Armed Ser- 
vices "Don't start" 



LESA HALL 

Gym 1-4 

REMEMBER: Mom and Dad, family. 
Good Friends, Steven, Canada, 
with Donna, The Beach, Arizona 
(hopefully). Laughing with Stace, 
Parties, The Crush, Games with Ka- 
ren, Richards Gift. FORGET: Atten- 
dance, cramming, pressure, early 
mornings. FUTURE: To be happy. 
Flnky you swamper 







GARTH W. HALLIDAY 
VADER 
REMEMBER: family, Chris, Russ. Bill. 
Allison, Pam, Dave, friends, camp 
Wakuta 81, Raids, parties, Russell 
car, when we had the spit fight, 
falling down the stairs New Years 
night. Good times FORGET: Walking 
Future: Try to get a job "whats up" 




JOHN B. HANAFIN 
JAY 

Tr 1; Bskbl 1; Bsbl 1-4 
REMEMBER: KIM, the rink. AC/DC 
concert, weekend parties. Baldwin, 
(11/10/82) FORGET: Buff . B.B.. J.Z.. 
fights with Kim. Black eye from Kim, 
Dec 3 "Whoopy" 





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GEORGE J. HANNA 

Bskbl 1-4 

REMEMBER: Good times in Basket- 
ball. Smoking area, and the Rink. 
FORGET: Failing Math and English 
1st semester senior year. Falling on 
rock up Rink. FUTURE: Heavy Con- 
struction Operator 




KRISTIN JEAN HA YWARD 
KRIS 
REMEMBER: Family, Kim and Chris, 
Terry, Adrienne, Kim, Mike, N. Bal- 
dwin, Dave, Greg, Jimmy, Sheri, 
Kenny, Paul, Toga '83, Beach, Tom 
Petty, Santa, Tracy FORGET: K. P. P.. 
Learning to Drive, Sugaray, Con- 
ceited people. FUTURE: To be 
healthy and Happy "This Is true" 





BONNIE LEE HICKS 
BON 

Vbl 3, 4, YB: Prom Comm; SrPI Tr 1 
REMEMBER: Friends, Jude, Sandi, 
Brian, JS 2 MBSS'HMSBRTBR. tamily, 
ugadvice. 305, trips, 10-10 week- 
end, 82 SWJAS, Volcano, stamp, 
Mr. Keady, Gramp, Sailing, 11-24 
victory. FORGET: "Diets", 10-81. 
notes. Fake Friends. 6-25-82, sgurd 
FUTURE: to always keep dreaming 
about tomorrow "loozal" 



JOHN JAMES HULBURT 
HULBY 

Ftbl 1-4; Bskbl, 1, 2. STr 1 
REMEMBER: Family, Friends. Bill & 
Bob's. Glen Rd., weekends. Day- 
tona 500, Hampton, Maine, con- 
certs, Mr. Joyce's English, New 
Year's 82 FORGET: Duke. Reading, 
12/23/82, WAKUTA RAIDS. Rocco's. 
Friendly's, Fights, getting grounded 
FUTURE: To be happy and success- 
ful in life "Ya only live once" 





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HOLLY MARIE JOHNSON 

HOLLY 4 BARBELL 
Tr 1. Prin. Comm 

REMEMBER: family. B.G , Karin, 
Wendy. C + B. F.M. DeMoulas. "I'm 
so excited," "MANIAC", traffic, 
Stan, morning. Downtown Quincy 
7/2/80. Kevin, John, roses, pepper 
FORGET: Banging up the car, De- 
Moulas, freshmen year, pit, Ms FU- 
TURE: To become a Nurse "Oh 
Weill" 




GREGORY J. JOINER 
GREG 
REMEMBER: » eg parties, toga par- 
ties. New Years parties C 
friends. RM. GS. Mustang Hampton 
sleeping on beach, K" FORGET 
ET's Party Diesal gas n mustang, 
whiskey. Joggr>g n snow, swm- 
mr>g in Apnl FUTURE: -O BEACHN 
"What Are You A Nut?" 



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SUSAN JONES 
SUE 

Band 1-4. SrPI 

REMEMBER: family, friends, Lisa's, 
Sue, Farrington's Marilyn, Fawn, 
Dyan, Becky, Mr. Melhado, Mr. Hill, 
Band camp, Junior, Freshmen year. 
Senior play. Football games, good 
times with Lisa FORGET: Saturday 
mornings, Algebra, History, SAT's FU- 
JURE: Elementary Teacher "Gimme 
a break" 







KEVIN DANIEL KA VANAUGH 
REMEMBER: My family, Friends, Lisa. 
Jr Prom, Gloucester, Skiing, good 
times, gym major, concerts, Hallow- 
een, U Haul, Summer of 83. FORGET: 
Algebra, The Chevelle, bad times. 
FUTURE: Success "What?" 




GARY EDWARD JOSEPHSON 
GARY 
REMEMBER: Lisa, Family, friends, 
summer of "82", skiing, all the great 
times Lisa and I had. Skating Police 
Concert. Hampton Beach. Falcon 
FORGET" Car accident 6/25/82. 
Atlantic. Dunkin Donuts State 
Troopers FUTURE: Go to Trade 
school, settle down and get mar- 
ried "Hey Jack" 




EDWARD C. KAIZER 
ED 

ScC 1-4. Comp 4; MaHS 4 
REMEMBER: PSYCH.. ASTRO., THE He, 
H.S., John, Scott, MR. P. FORGET: 
FR.YR. ENG.. C.N., INTERRUPTING 
PR#0. C64 FUTURE: ASTRONOMER 




DENNIS PATRICK KELLEY 

Bskbl 2, 3, 4 

REMEMBER: Family. Pat. Basketball. 
Laconia, Mud Football, Friends, 4 
Wheeling. Denise Q., The Beach, 
Graphic Arts, Mr. Lentine. 2. 16, 30. 
FORGET: accidents, B.J.M, Brea- 
kups, bad times, Science, Dracut 2 
points. FUTURE: Printer 




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FRANCES A. KEOUGH 
Franny 
REMEMBER: Grampa, Nana, family, 
Eddie, Scott, relatives, EH. K.C.. 
M.T., H.A.. L.T., L.L.. S.H., T.C., Con- 
certs, parties, Montreal, Taft Kids. 
Lake Kids, memories, other friends, 
7/21/82, FORGET: "83" but re- 
member the people FUTURE: To be 
happy with Eddie and take it as it 
comes. "Don't ever give up" 









KIMBERLY A. LABOSSIERE 
Kim 

C-C 1. Str 1 

REMEMBER: Family. Friends, Mark. K 
& T, hallway scenes, Hampton 
Beach, camping. Friends at C.R.H., 
Cafe-120, Virginia, all the "Good 
Times!" 84. FORGET: Freshmen 
year, D.B.. all the "BAD TIMES!" FU- 
TURE: Hotel/Restaurant Manage- 
ment "What's the Matter?" 



TRACEY ANN LABOSSIERE 
Trae 

Wtr 2 

REMEMBER: Family, The Warrens, 
Times with old and new friends, 
11/3/83, D. Dipersio, beaches, 
camping, winter time, Uncle and I 
getting lost in woods. FORGET: Ar- 
guments, Bad situations, getting 
lost on highways. FUTURE: To be 
happily successful. "Oh my God" 



JUDEE E. LANDRIGAN 
Jude 

Band 1, 3, 4, Jazz Band 1, 3. 4, NHS 
3, 4. SHS 1-4. SRPL 
REMEMBER: Family. Steve. Friends. 
Les, Beth, Chris, Jim, Kath, proms. 
Arizona, skiing, parties, camping, 
Kowloon's, Physics, Tarzy, beach. 
4th July, 18th, Canobie, ice cream, 
the Cape, Rockport FORGET: 
Cliques, judin', 10:00. BjM's F A FU- 
TURE: Go to college and be happy 






SUSAN MARGARET LAPPER 
P.P. 

Tr 1, Soph, treas 

REMEMBER: My family. Friends. Alli- 
son. Laurie, Lois, Gina, N.H. Sum- 
mers. Cindy. Raz, J.P hopefully. 
Magic bus. 3:00 swamp. Hey Bud 
let's Party!, Keith, The Boys, Michael, 
The Pretender FORGET: CONFU- 
SION! FUTURE: To be successful in 
NYC "Oh, MarySue landersi" 



JERRY DA VID LA WRENSON 
Head 

SkCI 1-4, Hoc 2 

REMEMBER: My Grandmother, fam- 
ily, Lois 5/22/83, Joe M.. Mike P, Jr 
Prom, next day. camping at Kan- 
gusmangus, G H. IB, Polara. 
MBR.I.P . duster, H.S Parking Lot, 
good times with Lois!, LM FORGET: 
English, D.W I FUTURE: To become 
a police officer "Ya, I'd like a large 
tuna. " 



MICHELLE M. LESPERANCE 
REMEMBER: fa ^nds. fresh- 

man year ' Mikie 12/3/83. 

Mike. Rob. Hampton, 7/3/83 Sals- 
bury, The Rocks, 10/16/83, Summer 
of "81 FORGET: the bod trr>es. 
getting bagged. Labor Day "81". 
1 1/22/8 1 FUTURE: To be successful 
in whatever I do "Swear to God" 



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JULIE ANN LIBERA Ck I 
IDA 
REMEMBER: Debbie. Family, FC BJ 
LS JR MS, Donna, Loam, Aaron, Hal- 
loween 82. 6/17/83, 8/23/83. Bob 
11/ + 0/83. Tech 80-1 Steve and 
Friends. FORGET: WHS, Ken, Marks 
comments, Jimmy and Mike agra- 
vating, John's remark DH FUTURE: 
To have a job I like and marry. 
"Take a picture It last longer. " 



ROSE MARY LUONGO 
REMEMBER: Lee 7/14/80, family, 
Jackson's, Susan, Laurie, Charlene, 
Michelle, Meg, Pauline, Linda, Salis- 
bury Beach "1983", 11/16/80. Par- 
tying at Donovan's, drive-ins with 
Sue and Steve, Hatfield's, Meg's 
Birthday Party FORGET: Susan's 
driving ability FUTURE: To marry Lee 
and raise a family "What ever 
turns you on. " 



LISA LEE LONGLAND 

REMEMBER: friends, family, the Loud 
Crowd, Rick, Wanda, Bon-Bon, Shir- 
ley, rowdy concerts, common par- 
ties, summer of 83', graduating! 
FORGET: Suspension, fights, L.B. 
boys in blue, pulling horror, D.E.II FU- 
TURE: To be rich and successful 
"Where's the party?" 



SEAN S. LOWNEY 
TWEETY 
REMEMBER: Family, PAULINE, Huey, 
Mike, Tom, Sue, Meg (Lester), Rose, 
3/20/81, 15th Birthday party, 
2/20/82, Partying, The Hilton. FOR- 
GET: 8/6/83, Smashing up Bob's 
Monte, Burlington Friendly 's, 11/81. 
FUTURE: "To live it up!" "What?" 






BONNIE J. MacEACHERN 

Sfbl 1-4, CI. Treas. 3. 4; OEA 3-4, 
Treas. 4. YB 4, Prom Comm 3, 4. FrHS 
REMEMBER: Donna, Stacy, Sandra, 
Cheryl. KCDF 2 JM, Karen's ski house: 
7/24/83-7/3 1/83-(volvo). THE PO- 
LICE! SSWSAJ, prom. 8/7/82. Crow- 
ley wknd, shooting at 3:00. Celica 
12. Andean killer, -enching, Eileen, 
Keek, Sturbridge, Brantrock, Denny, 
B.P. FORGET: bridge bruises, 
1/15/83, J.H. Rats, MWB FUTURE: 
Sting 



JOSEPH A. MACEACHERN 
JOE 

FrFtbl, Bskbl 1; SkC 1-4 
REMEMBER: Family , Friends, Jerry L., 
Joey S., C.T. skiing in Powder at 
Wildcat, MB. RIP, Nova, Camping 
at the Kangamangus, The girls. 
Duster, Baldwin, H.S. Parking lot 
FORGET: Algebra II, Freshman year 
FUTURE: To Become a state troop- 
er "No Blggyl" 



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PETER A. MacLELLAN 
HAT 
REMEMBER: My lovely girlfriend Pen- 
nie. All my happy times together 
with my friends. The 1984 Party. 
FORGET:My awful friends. My fresh- 
man year. All the times I got kicked 
out of gym. Meeting jerks like Joey. 
Karen, Naomi. FUTURE: To own my 
fathers Buffing shop "Listen to her. " 









JANET M. MAGUOZZI 

Vbl 2. 3; Sfbl 1; Gym 1. 2. SpHS; NHS 
REMEMBER: Family. GOOD FRIENDS. 
POLICE. 17/20?. Celica 12. Fort. Bal- 
lardvale, PA. Irish Embacy. Palace. 
8/19/83-Boston Clubs, W. State- 
WIPT, ANWD. Manor FORGET: 
Broken nose, too much. Losers, 
fights FUTURE: To be happy/suc- 
cessful "Gimme a break!" 





HEIDI A. MALEWICZ 

C-C 1. STr 1. Gym 1. 2. YB 4 
REMEMBER: DANNY-5/27/82. 
7/11/83. family, friends, Kancama- 
gus weekend, the Cape. Star, hor- 
sebackriding. Lake Winnepesauke. 
Halloween-83, summertime, Hamp- 
ton Beach, 11/24 victory, Chinese 
food. Good Harbor FORGET: Diets, 
peaches "/ dunno" 



JOHN C. MARINO 

Band 1-4. Jazz 2-4. ScC 1. 2. 3. 
Comp 4. MaHS 4 

REMEMBER: Family, playing Sym- 
phony Hall. Den. Scott. Tom. Bob 
Ban. Ed. Polara, Junior Prom FOR- 
GET: i e . rainy Saturday mornings 
pep rallies, icey roads. "We're For 
Today." chemistry. Atari. BioVac 
FUTURE: To become an electrical 
engineer "Wicked . . . Huh?" 



LA WRENCE E. MAIO 
BUBBA 

FrFtbl. STr 2 

REMEMBER: Family, ADRIENNE. 
1/28/83. Friends. The Malibu. 
6/17/83. 6/24/83. 8/13/83 Stone 
Harbor N.J.. Mrs Brennan. The 
Beach, McD's FORGET: July. Acci- 
dent in Malibu. Being without Adri- 
enne FUTURE: Psychology 




THERESA ROSE MAROTTA 
TERRY 

REMEMBER: Fomry. Knstn Km ■ 
Z . Jufce --on. Do 

Jimmy. Mke. our tab*e. Ertc FOR 
GET: Sophomore year. KPP. ( 
tog caught. Cliche :n peo- 

ple. Chemistry, flunkng. DEMOULAS 
FUTURE: To move t vv and 

be on inteoor Des»gne^ 



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LISA MARIE MARSH 

YB 4; Prom Comm 4 
REMEMBER: Family. Friends, Happy 
times, Senior year, The Summer 
Gang, Summer "83", Roller Skating, 
The Drive in, Fun Parties, Dances at 
Sons ot Italy. FUTURE: College 
"Bellow lor your droams can 
como truo." 




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RORY J. MARTYN 

C-C 3, 4; WTr 1, 3, 4; STr 1-4 
REMEMBER: Kancamagus, Cape, 
Hampton, Ireland, Weekends. Ski- 
ing, Lunch, Studies, MMW, Mr. Kel- 
ley, Mr. Cripps, Good Music, Snow 
days. Traveling, Subs FORGET: 
10/31/82, Letter Meet. Green X- 
mas, Catapole-140, Tests, Mon- 
days, Hauling Mats FUTURE: College 



DARIN S. MATHER 
OTIS 

C-C 1-4, Capt. 4, WTr 1-4; STr 1-4; 
OEA 3, 4 

REMEMBER: the people who made 
these four years liveable. Aug. 12, 
May 12 L.G., B.C., B.C. Sophs. DE 
FORGET: the year 1982, the saying 
on cafe wall, April 14, the food FU- 
TURE: to survive "really hairy" 




KIMBERLY ANNE McCABE 
KIM 

BSK Cheer 2, 3; Bskbl 1; FlSgCapt. 1, 
2. 3; StCon Com 1-4; Vbl 2, 3; Sfbl 2; 
JA 

REMEMBER: Danny, Family, Sugar 
Mt., Lake, Elaine, Erin, Carol, Ken, 
Carmie, Karen, Rena, Dan 8/18/82, 
Going away, Dibble, Charlestown, 
Nancy, and Parties, The Curb FOR- 
GET: P.C. Butters Row, family fights 
FUTURE: To stay with Dan forever 
"Go for III" 




LYNNM. MCCARTHY 
LYNNYL 
REMEMBER: R.S. (boyfriend), S.S., 
J.S.. A.L., K.N.. L.D., C.S., M.S., S. 
Smith, J.H., F.D., Parties, Good 
times, Keser pond. New Hampshire, 
The Cape, K.C., S.C.. K.G, 3-7-82, 
C.B. FORGET: Enemies, Bad times, 
Fights Rob and I had, and My Past 
FUTURE: Marriage "(Forever 
Love)" 




ROY L. McCLANAHAN 
CHIPPA 

FTbl 3, 4; WTr 2; Wres 3, 4; STr 1-4; 
YB 2, JA 2-4; StCn 4 
REMEMBER: Family Friends, Tewks- 
bury 11/83, Junior Achievement, 
ROJAC, Mr. Kelley, Mrs. Shea, Darin, 
Paul, Mr. Maggio's History Class 
FORGET: Accident 7/19/83. Party 
9/25/83 FUTURE: College Rote 



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THOMAS EDWARD McHUGH 
TOM 

Hoc 12 3 

REMEMBER: renting a U-Haul to go 
to the AC/DC Concert. We ended 
up getting lost and into an acci- 
dent. Laurie. Kev, Dave, Brian, Chris, 
Russ, Garth, Allison, Lois FORGET: 
The morning after FUTURE: To own 
my own Autobody shop "duffball" 



COLLEEN M. McKENNA 

Prom Comm, YB, StGvt, JA 
REMEMBER: Ruth, Deon. Chris, Ei- 
leen, Denise, Jeannie, Frank, Mi- 
chelle, C.E., Lynn, N.B. ask Ruth, tag 
team, JrProm, lifeguards, p 2 , Maine, 
candy necklaces, the woman ask 
Eileen, Hi . . . ask Chrisi, sleepovers, 
Police '83, horns, Holiday trips, Bos- 
ton FORGET: Chem, M.O., bruises, 
Name Game 



CHRISTINE M. McMENIMEN 
MICK 

Sfbl 1-4; Vbl 3, Capt. 4; NHS 3. 4. YB. 
SpHs 1-4 StCn 4; Prom Comm 3. 4, 
Class Sec. REMEMBER: family, 
friends, Jude, Steve. James. Beth, 
"psychedelic rainbow summer." 
Red Sox games, VB camp, con- 
certs w/ Janet, FORGET: Cliques, li- 
brary, go-karts, "moraP", "just 
friends" FUTURE: To be happy "Oh 
manl" 






BERNARD JOSEPH McNALLY 
BERNIE 

Wdct 1, 3, 4; 

REMEMBER: Family, close friends. 
School Activities, Baldwins, Mrs. C, 
Mrs. G. Geology w/Mrs. L, M.S.S., 
C.F. w/Dawn, Sum "83", Salisbury, 
10/7/80, A.N., L.F., L.W.. S.L, Vaca- 
tions, Pay checks FORGET: Suspen- 
sion, the Spaz, DC. Interims FUTURE: 
To enjoy life to the fullest "Say 
what" 



JILL- ANNE McQUESTEN 
REMEMBER: Mother, Jim. family, 
camping, the Cape. Concerts Les- 
lie, All the people who helped me 
graduate this year! Mrs Callan. Mr 
Lynch. Miss Marshall FORGET: R A . 
J.B.. Bob Silva. C.F.. Mother's Car. K- 
Mart FUTURE: Legal Secretary 



SUSAN R. MERRILL 
SUE 
REMEMBER: Friends. The G*>ert- 
sons. Dav d. 9/14/81. 71 Lemons. 
Family. Beer Bate. Parties. Spanish 
Class. Joanne's parties. Partying 
with Liane FORGET: 6/ 14/ '83. acci- 
dents with Lemons, summer of 83 
FUTURE: To be happy and success- 





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CHARLES J. MONTEFORTE 
MONTE 

Hoc 1; Wres 2-4; Ftbl 2-4; YB; Prom 
Com 

REMEMBER: DOREEN (7/11/82), 
Family. Football Camp Wacuta 
(cabin 1). Thanksgiving game 83. 
W-35 T-21, Friends, Printing class 
FORGETMi Harrison's Whistle, Spin- 
ning at Wrestling Practice, Losing 
weight for wrestling matches FU- 
TURE: Printer 



LORI JEAN MOORE 
MONK 
REMEMBER: Bobby. Sue, Terry, Mi- 
chelle. Family, Friends, May 31, 1980 
- July 1982, Family xmas parties, all 
nighters, Davis Rd. FORGET: Rumors, 
9/3/83, hangovers, all nighter with 
Michelle FUTURE: To get married 
and have a happy life 



DENNIS P. MORAN 

Hoc 1-4. Bsbl 1-4 

REMEMBER: Family, Cape. Raz. 
Gus, Robbins'. Dean. Caiz. Gerry, 
Tim, Jim, Paul, Oatsie, Salisbury, 
H.N.I.B., Mystics, Green Line, Parties, 
U.H.N. , Nebraska, "This". Physics, 
West Point. 12 hours FORGET: 
Franklin. Root Canal, trenches, be- 
ing tired, S.A.T.'s, waking up FU- 
TURE: Jo be successful "Fight hlml" 






EDWARD J. MULLIN 



LESLIE L. NAGY 

NHS 3, 4, SpHS 1-4; MaHS 1-4 
REMEMBER: Family, Sue, Judee, 
5/27/82 and the day after, Europe, 
Arizona, weekends at Stonehill, 
teachers, Harvest, Mary Alice, Ann, 
Driving, Racetrack, Christmas Par- 
ties, Questions FORGET: Fake 
"Friends", Cliques, decisions, ten- 
sion, studying FUTURE: To be happy 
and to do what I want to do! 



LINDA SUE NISTICO 

CrCTr 1-3; Bskbl 1-4; Tennis 1-4; 
NAHS 3, 4, MaHS 2-4; SpHS 2-4 
REMEMBER: Family, Beth. Nanci, 
CA, the restaurant, The Circle. FL, 
Juniper Rd, 4/15/83. Shingles, and 
Fridays FORGET: Tewks. t - pole, 
narrow-minded people, and Zip- 
pers 8i Buttons FUTURE: To be hap- 
py 



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ALLISON MARIA NOLAN 
B.S.C. 

FdHoc 1. 2; Bskbl Chr 1, 2; Ftbl Chr 3, 
4; Tr 2; Prom Com 3, 4 
REMEMBER: Family, Kevin, great 
times with Sue, 4/1/83, Laurie, Riun- 
ite, Susan, Caren, Baldwin, Skip- 
ping, Junior Prom, Clams, Magic Bus 
FORGET: Being late, one ways FU- 
TURE: To be successful and enjoy 
the best things in life "Ya know 
what I mean?" 




SEAN P. O'BEIRNE 
OB 

Ftbl 1-4; Bskbl 1; Tennis 1-4, WTr 2-4 
REMEMBER: Family, friends. Thanks- 
giving 83, Mr. Kelley, Austin Prep 82, 
11/19/83, frshmen year FORGET: 
G.N., Freshmen basketball, Alger- 
bra I, morning whistle, the ropes, in- 
terims, reports, homework FUTURE: 
Go to Bentley and be successful 





SEAN P. O'BRIEN 
OPI 

Bskbl 1, 4; CC 2 
REMEMBER: Arcade, Senior Year, 
Friends, Mario brothers, Fire Power, 
Orbs FORGET: Pilons, Freshman 
year, Mark Page. Miss Mcgurn FU- 
TURE: To be loaded (RICH) 
"Slappa" 



WILLIAM J. ODLUM 
GUERMO 

Soc 1-4; Wres 1; WTr 2-4; SpTr 2-4; 
SpHS 1-3; MaHS 1-3; NaHS 3. 4; 
OEA 4 

REMEMBER: Family, Andover 2-1. 
Summer of 82, Maine. J.B.. Otis, 
Banquet 83, PEA. beaches. S N . 
P.L., C.B., 8t going. Mr Kelly FOR- 
GET: Lunches. Blaise. PS., 8 Soccer 
81. 8/29/83. PSAT morning FUTURE: 
To be successful and happy 
"What's up?" 





JOANNE B. ODONOGHUE 
JOJO 
REMEMBER: Jim 3/26/82, Family, 
(Michael), Jim's Family, Diane, Pam, 
Lynn, Dawn, Linda, Mark, Allison. 
C.g., C.B., M.F., S.S., Kush, Friends. 
Jack Daniels, Times w/ Jim FORGET: 
Dawn's party, Oct. 4, 1982, Jim's 
accidents FUTURE: To live a long 
and happy life 





CHRISTINE ELAINE O'HEARN 
MOUSE 

GN 1. 2 

REMEMBER: Mom, Dad, Ann, Bob, 
Jack, Joe, Patrice, "The Group", 
Good friends, the band. New Years 
83. 12/28/82. North Conway, Par- 
ty's, Freshman & Jr. Yrs., 7/4/84 
FORGET: HEADGAMES. p.b., Jr. 
Prom, misunderstandings FUTURE: 
To be happy "The herd buddy. " 




CHERYL ANNE OLSON 
OLEY 

Band 1-3, Bskbl Chr 1; Sftbl 1-4, YB. 
Prom Com 3, 4. SCIP 
REMEMBER: JOHN (BLAIS) 10/2/82. 
10/2/83, family, oley, good friends, 
Raz, Blaisdell's, Baldwin, b 8c B, 
Proms, Parties, Curran's w/ Julie, 83, 
"Little one", Alton, Polymer, Talks, 
JWSGA SPVMFBH FORGET: FALLING 
FUTURE: Live life to the fullest "No, 
Sah?l" 







KRISTINA MARIE OXMAN 
TINA 
REMEMBER: Froo Roops. Florida, 
Steno I fun, Dennis, Billy, Mary, Mary, 
Jimmy, Perry's, Arthritis, pretzels, 
Thanksgiving weekend 83, A.N., Ju- 
nior Prom with Russell FORGET: Little 
yellow cards. Sophomore year, Da- 
vid, Bobby FUTURE: Executive sec- 
retary "You're ugly and your 
mommy dresses you tunny. " 




STEPHEN E. PAOLINI 
PAO 
REMEMBER: Sophmore yr. friends, 
summer of 83, senior yr., beach, 
and lunch FORGET: Freshman yr., 
nicknames FUTURE: College 



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THOMAS PAZYRA 



SUSAN MARIE PAOLINI 
SUE 
REMEMBER: Ma. Steve, the Sala- 
dino's. Meg, Rose, Gary, Jim, Linda. 
Pauline, Michelle, Party's at Larry's, 
Salisbury, Peppie, Meg's birthday 
FORGET: Fights, Sept. 1st, suspen- 
sions, thanksgiving 82 FUTURE: To 
be successful and happy "Isn't It a 
pity how we take each others 
love forgetting to give back." 



DANA PAUL PARK 

Soc, 1. 3 

REMEMBER: Friends, Family, Happy 
Times, Rink, Thanksgiving '83, Bal- 
dwin FORGET: Hunting trip, Adam 
St., Tailgate FUTURE:lo be an ivory 
girl 









JOHN PELLETIER 

Pres, 1; Bskbl, 1; Bsbl. 3; Wres, 2, 3, 4, 
SrCIPI, 4 

REMEMBER: Close friends RGSH, 
Lisa, Dear Sheri, 84 day, pulling hor- 
ror, play, wrestling, summers, Maine 
ski trip, MB. PV FORGET: Bill 8t Bob's, 
Duke, midyears 8t finals FUTURE: To 
succeed and be happy. "You only 
live once." 



JULIE C. PENNY 
JUL 

FrHS, 1-4. LangCI. 3. 4. JA. 2 
REMEMBER: family, friends. Adri- 
enne. Jennifer. Mary. Sharon, Terry, 
Kristin. T.J. Maxx gang, Cheryl. Tan- 
ya. Chris. NYC. FLA. DC. Hampton, 
shopping, talks, study, cruisin'. ten- 
nis FORGET: Chem. "cliques", finals, 
cool jerks. Admiral FUTURE: To be 
happy and successful "Reallyl" 



PAULINE M. PEREIRA 

REMEMBER: Sean. 3/20/81. 
2/20/82. family Susan. Meg. Rose. 
Mom 8t Dad #2. The hut. The Hiton. 
My freshman year. J.M. Summer 
"83" FORGET: J R . Mickey Mouse, 
the puddle 11/9/81. Gym. Huey. 
KN-friendly's FUTURE: Get momed. 
and be very nch "reallyl" 



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ANDREA L. PHOTOPOULOS 
REMEMBER: Butchie. Michelle, Deb- 
bie, Linda N, Lowell, N. Reading, 
"trips" & N.H w/MM, 12/17/82, 
9/82, 6/4/83, 8/82 w/ D.P. & 
friends, everyone down the Lake, 
Summer of '79, S.W, T.G, L.M, E.A. 
FORGET: "The Letter," Deb's, 
8/2/83 FUTURE: To make my 
Dreams Come True "/ can't make 
up my mind. " 




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STEPHEN ALFONSO RASO 
RAZ 

Ftbl. 1-4. Hoc, 1-4. Bsbl, 1-4. YB. 3 
REMEMBER: Family, Kangamangus, 
Thanksgiving Game, Dennis, Dean, 
Gus, Robbins', Jed, Caiz, Frank. Tim, 
Head. UHN. States '83. times with 
friends. Nev, Parties, fireworks FOR- 
GET: Garth's smelly locker. Digging 
trenches. Skoal, S.A.T.'s FUTURE: 
Win the Megabucks "Wanna 
Fight?" 








FRANK CARL POWERS 
MAN OF THE HOUR 

FrFtbl, Ftbl. 2 

REMEMBER: Mr. Grecoe's english 
class. Football, Mr. Scanlon's Psy- 
chology class. All the good times I 
had here. Meeting April. FORGET: 
Smashing my ford into Adam Street 
corner. Shawsheen Tech. Running 
into MR. Nee's door in automotive. 
Mr. Woods car. FUTURE: Auto- 
motive Mechanic 




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LAURA LEERAVASINI 
LAU 

BSK Cheer, 2, 3, FB Cheer, 4 RE- 
MEMBER: Family, BOB, LG, JS, LZ. 
JG. MB, MF. TC, JR, BF. SD, 3/7/82 
Finally. 6/1/82 #1, 5/14/83 Luv, 
pool hopping, skiing, 2/24/84 yet 
to come, PKING, 5/28/83 McBees, 
Hampton 83, Bob's Truck, Sr., Jr., Sr., 
Proms FORGET: 8/4/83 bye, fights 
FUTURE: Wright "No wayl" 



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ROGER W. QUANDT 
ROG 

SpTr. 3. 4, Ftbl. 4 

REMEMBER: LAGNAF 84. 10/31/82. 
Kangamangus, TMMW, friends, 
lunch, weekends, orbs, summers at 
Hampton, skiing, hockey, Mario, Wi- 
kuta FORGET: 7/5/83, the beater, 
injuries, studies, WHS, English, free- 
dom, debts, close-calls FUTURE: To 
be rich and to never work again 




PATRICIA MARIE RESCIGNO 
PAT 

Vbl. 3. 4; OEA. 4 

REMEMBER: Dennis (9/16/82), Fam- 
ily, 20 ft. snake, Friends, Larry, Brian, 
z.39, Laconia, B.B., Hampton, 
N.W.M., Jr. Prom, Mr. and Mrs. Kel- 
ley. 2-16-30*, H, Cutey, SP. M.G.. 
Clyde, Janines' ice cream. FOR- 
GET: Being jealous FUTURE: College 





DENNIS MICHAEL RILEY 
RILE 

Wres, 2, 3; Bsbl. 1, 4; Wtr, 1; Ten, 2; 
MaHS, 4 

REMEMBER: Family, Friends, Para- 
gon Park, Mr. Joyce's English Class, 
Hockey Games, Neighborhood 
Pranks, Hampton FORGET: Reading 
Misfortunes, Augustine's "cross- 
face!" Woodside, Dinette World, 
I.E. FUTURE: To Be Successful in my 
Endeavers "Cut It Outl" 




GINA A. RINALDI 

Sfbl, SrCIPI 

REMEMBER: Family, NaNa & PaPa, 
Great times with David 4/2 1/81. Al- 
lison, Laurie, Lois, Susan, Kush, times 
with Sandra, Store friends. Naz, 
Summer, David's Prom '83, Riunite, 
Partying, cruisin, "on the beach," 
H.P., Skipping. FORGET: Salisbury, 
diets, confusion, rumors. FUTURE: To 
be rich and happy. "You guys" 




TIM J. ROBARGE 
REMEMBER: Baldwin, Rink, hallow- 
een in Arlington, Ac/DC, Alice Coo- 
per, Graduation parties, all parties. 
T.D., VD, JC. MB. CF. AA. FORGET: 
School, freshman year, studies, get- 
ting arrested. Boo Boo, Detention. 
ISS "Spark It up" 




BRIAN K. ROBBINS 

YB 4; Golf 3, 4 Capt. 4; Hoc 1-4 
REMEMBER: Family, Dennis, Gus, Ke- 
vin, Steve, Jim, John. Hampton 
Beach, Living for the weekend, 
Hockey, 1st car. Golf, Essex, Gradu- 
ation Parties, Baldwin, allnighters. 
FORGET: moving so much, acci- 
dents. Boring parties FUTURE: To 
make a lot of money 




SCOTT ALLEN ROBBINS 
BIG BIRD 

Hoc, 2, 3. 4. Bsbl. 4; Golf. 3. YB 
REMEMBER: Family. Steve. Raz. 
Cheney. Dennis. Tim, Gus, Kevin, 
Palms, Frank. Currans. Police-con, 
Weirs, Salisbury. BB/Scanlon. J C . 
Greg, Baldwins. Charlies-Cott , Fish- 
bowl FORGET: Accident, SAT's. 
Sandra's. 7/3/83 FUTURE: To be 
successful 




STEVEN R. ROCHE 
STEVE 
REMEMBER: Summer 83. J W . S D . 
C N . R W . J P . M S . The John Fan 
Club. All Nfcghtr Stoge 

Concerts. Mega -weekends 
GT-37. 12/6/82 FORGET: 
11/21/83. Swine Trp. FUTURE 
cording Engnee- "It's klnda hard 
to explain " 



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EDWARD J. ROGERS 
ED 
REMEMBER zz Fan 

- 

FORGE' 

3d FUTURE 

colege one e a Mech engi- 

nee 




GREGG A ROGERS 
ROG 
REMEMBER r 

hoc: ' z" z~ z [ . 

Halo ween in Arlmgtor 
T.D • ~>g exec 

FORGET -- -e of 11/23/83 





THOMAS C. ROSS 
ROSCO 

C-C. 1-4. Wres, 2-4. Wtr. 1. Go- 
! !:■ 1-4 

REMEMBER: '- z~ . fnenOs. Ma 
Bl. Ed. Jim. John. Larry. Rite. Stoka. 
spo'" b Bill. Jim. proms. Foot- 

ball. Street \ -:*ang FOR- 

GET: Tests. Calculus. Franklin, track 
work, spinning. RwB tm l FUTURE: Col- 
lege, go into Me : gy 



APRIL E SANBORN 

REMEMBER Fa enas espe- 

cial' • - I I B good lime 

- Hamj 

'.'. FORGE'' 

FUTURE: ' ' 

se "Snapper" 




JULiANNE SANVILLE 

JUUE 
&et 1 Synr 2 »\- 3 
REMEMBER: =om*y. LI ,-SG. 

• anx 
'BF. Nie 
boors-BEL I 1st 

8/15/1 CJfPNS. 

FORGET: Be 

FUTURE: F . for the Airhnes 
"Ko irnoir" 








STACY A. SARGENT 
ST ACE 

Sfbl. 1-4. Prom Comm. Sr CPI 
REMEMBER: Bonnie. Sesa Heidi, 
rwo • a^en. Patrice, other 
friends, braid. Greg Kihn '82-'83. - 
enchmg with Bon. Andean Kier. 
12/2/83 wrrh Heidi and Les. Lumpy's 
Brother. FSWKAJB. SSWBAJ. Arizona 
hopefully FORGET McDonalds with 
KDJDT. the hematoma. 8/7/82 FU 
TURE: Jto m the fastlane "/Vn so 





JEANNE L. SCOTT 

Prom Comm; YB; SpHS; NHS 
REMEMBER: Family. Caren. Lorraine. 
Kevin, Robbins'. Jim, other friends, 
Yale, Celica 12. Summer '83, par- 
ties, having friends over during sum- 
mer, Tim and family, 12/31/82 FOR- 
GET: 10/82. BFWL. LABBTMAC, be- 
ing sacrcastic to James FUTURE: To 
take life one day at a time "Shu- 
tup, Wardly" 



SHERI M. SENCABAUGH 
SHEH 

FHoc. 2; BSKbl. 1, 2, Sfbl, 1, 2, 4. YB, 
SrCIPI 

REMEMBER: FAMILY. FAITH, BRIAN 
11/26/82, Talks & Times w/Joan, 
True Friends, Scott, Dances, 
BHJSMBHM Going Mobile 10/10/83. 
Sandra. Elie. Kristin, McGraths. 
camping. Harvest. FUTURE: To be 
happy, healthy, and 120 lbs! "To 
Thine own self be true." 




JUDITH A. SEVILLE 
JUDE 

FHoc. 1-4; Sfbl. 1. 2; Wtr. 2; Prom 
Comm, YB. SrCIPI. SpHS. NHS 
REMEMBER: Family, my uncle. RAY, 
Sandy. Norma, friends, Pat, Trice. 
Ape, Bon. Callahans. 10/10/83. 
"Mobile." 3 Mice, 11/24 victory! 
FORGET: Getting caught, "age." 
diets, SAT, jobs, saving $ FUTURE: In 
twenty years ' "/ don't knowl . . 
. Whadda ya think?" 




SANDRA L YNNE SFERRAZZA 
SANDY 
REMEMBER: Family. Friends. NANA. 
Florida. Halloween. Times with 
Liane. Brenda. All the years with 
Gma. Summer of 83. K of C. 
10/29/83. Great times at WHS 
FORGET: Scott, fights. Monday 
mornings. Miss B . Cligues. Rumors. 
Bad Times at WHS FUTURE: To be 
successful m the nursing field 
"Dana, you taglll" 




SUSAN SHA Y 
SUE 

Wtr. 1. ScC. 1-4 

REMEMBER: Dave. Janme. Kitty. 
Sandy. Kenny, all other friends. 
Salisbury Beach. Paul's parties, ski- 
ing. Plant 9/83. card games. Dick 
Scanlon. Moody Blues. 8th grade 
trip. Tuil FORGET: WHS, digues. 
LEVY Class. Timmy FUTURE: Dazed 
and Confused "Hey Jack!" 




KATHLEEN MARIE SHELLEY 
KATH, KATHLEEN, KATE 

OEA. 2. VP. 3. 4. PrC. YB. SrCPI. Sfbl. 
1-4. Bskbl. 1 

REMEMBER: My Gramp. Famiy. 
Beth. Chris, Michelle, Eiizot* 
Jude. ntght in traitor w/B. The wed- 
dings. 11/26/83. Fl-A. spoops Fnc 
and Frac. FORGET MTITU0€Sl 
Backstabs. wartng. CD. HM FU 
TURE: College happr>ess ask KEN 
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APRIL D. SMALLIDGE 
APE 

FHoc. 1-3, Capt. 4; Gym, 1, 3; Wtr, 
2, SpTr, 1. 2; YB, Chor. 1-4; FrHS. 1-4; 
SrCIPI, 

REMEMBER: Family, Sharon, Joann, 
Patrice, Jude, and good friends. 
1/4/82 Russell, Chris, Garth, and all 
the guys. Adam, Freshman Year, 
Parties, FORGET: Breakups FUTURE: 
To have someone to share it with 
"# ?ll'" 



KRISTINE MARIE SMITH 
KRIS 
REMEMBER: Karen, Lisa, Andy, 
Friends, Family, MYF, Zealand Falls, 
New York, PKC. Going to the Mall, 
Karate, weekend-March '83, Alton 
Bay FORGET: Car accident, "the 
street lights are on," Arg. w/Ch. FU- 
TURE: Be happy and successful in 
everything I do. "Yea, be serious. " 



LINDA J. SMITH 
REMEMBER: Other family, Dad. the 
rocks, friends, 10/16/83, concerts, 
"I don't think we're in Kansas any- 
more," 10/28/83, Meeting Joe El- 
liot, J. Geils. Parties, Flower night 
6/21/83, 10/15/81 FORGET: Kenny 
Fox. Missing Robert Plant. FUTURE: 
"Take it as it comes, specialize in 
havin' fun." Jim Morrison "Yee-HAI" 






CAROL SOUSA 
REMEMBER: Bob., L.M., M.G.. D.S.. 
MP., S.L., LB.. D.L.. L.S.. A.S., A.B., 
D.S.. C.H.. B.D.. 3-15-82 FORGET: 
Wilmington High School. D.S. FU- 
TURE: To be a drafter "What" 



DAWN MARIE SOWYRDA 
CRISTINA 

ScC, 4; SpCI, 4 

REMEMBER: Kathy, Kim. Maria. La- 
Donna, Bernie. Cumberland Farms, 
Eddie, Bob, F.F.P.F., W.T.F., Brad- 
lees, Mrs. Basmajian, Steve, Susan, 
Lisa, T.A.. B.M., A.B., Bobby, K.A.C., 
O.K.? BAB. 11/23/83. 12/16/83 
FORGET: 12/3/83. Chemistry FU- 
TURE: College "Are you serious?" 



LISA RAE SPAHL 
REMEMBER: U2. Snow storms, Good 
Harbor, Kitty, Burton, Jim, Paul, "the 
Silly Walk," Hall, Wilson. McDougall, 
Cape Cod. Dan "Is this how you do 
it?", Yard games, Bono. 25 "The 
Shrimp" FUTURE: travel to Ireland 
"Is honesty what you want?" 





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STEVEN CHARLES STOKES 
STOMA 

C-C. 1-4; Wtr, 2; Bskbl, 1; Bsbl, 1. 3; 
MaHS. SpHS. NHS 

REMEMBER: Family, Friends, work, 
weekends, Clam Bake, Trussel, 
cross country, coaches, teachers, 
Roccos, Glen Road, TRACK CAMP 
FORGET: Duke, Friendlies, Chemis- 
try, Intersection, SAT's, Homework 
FUTURE: Become involved in law 
enforcement "Ya only live once." 




JOAN E. SULLIVAN 

Sftbl 1-4; FdHoc 1-4; Bskbl 1. 2; 
MaHS 2-4; NaHS 3, 4; YB 
REMEMBER: Family, John, good 
times w/ Sheri, close friends D.T., 
B.H.. JR.. P.D.. A.G.. N.W.. L.E.. MYF. 
Zealand. Alton Bay, Clearys. Faith. 
FORGET: Confusion and separation 
FUTURE: To be happy and very suc- 
cessful physical therapist "The lar- 
gest part of living Is the loving of 
life." 




J AMINE M. STOSEZ 
JIN. J. 

CC 1, 2. YB 

REMEMBER: Family, GOODTIMES, 
Sandy, Sue, Kitty (x-girl), Dave, Pat 
(Cherries), Cindy (France-Spain), 
Marc, Beanie. Dick Scanlon, Friends, 
Boston, Moody Blues 10/18/83 
FORGET: BAD TIMES, Cliques, WHS, 
Levy Class, Sweets, 180's FUTURE: 
To enter the field of Architecture 
and travel (British Isles) "What?l" 





ROBERT PAUL SULLIVAN 
ROB 

Ftbl 1-4; Hoc 1. 2. Wres 3. 4. YB; Bsbl 
1 

REMEMBER: Family, friends. KD, 
P.B.. J.K.. S.S.. M.F.. WTWS at MC. 
Hampton, rink, baldwin. Tewksbury 
11/24/83. Paul at L. Camp Wa- 
kuta, skiing FORGET: Camp Wa- 
kuta 81. raids. BP . morning prac- 
tices, whistles FUTURE: College 



GERALD SULLIVAN 
JED 

Ftbl 1-4. capt. 4. Bskbl 1-4, capt 4 
REMEMBER: Wakuta 83, Gong- 
show, W.F., Caiz, Deano. cheese, 
wongo, Bones, Raz, Quebels, 
FAD.. Kangusmangus. Tewksbury. 
Fireworks, friends, family FORGET: 
Wakuta 81, shoulder, Chelmsford, 
morning practice, snow bound with 
Caiz, M & M "Bool" 




MARTIN J. SURETTE 
IGGY 

Rod & gun CI 1. ScCl 2-4 
REMEMBER: Senor Yr psych class 
w/Mr Scanlon FORGET ->g 

Soph Yr Eng FUTURE: 



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ELIZABETH JEAN TAYLOR 
BETH 

C-C. 1-3; Sfbl. 1; Bskbl, 1; Golf. 3, 4; 
SrCIPI; Prom Comm REMEMBER: 
Family, Friends, Linda, Judee, 
Chrissy, Kathleen, Red Sneakers, U- 
Turns, Quincy Markets, Halloween, 
Danny Ainge, 4th July, Yum Yum, 
Ballerina, Icecream, Journey Con- 
cert. FORGET: Promises, x-country, 
snobs FUTURE: To be Successful 
and Happy. "You make me 
Tense. " 




MICHAEL RICHARD THIBODEAU 
HUMPTY 

REMEMBER: B.D., M.R.. L.F.. EM. 
C.H., C.C., R.T., LM, C.W., K.S., 
J.M.. G.T.. THIRD Period Study FOR- 
GET: D.N., M.A., R.N., IGNORANT 
PEOPLE. My Junior Prom. FUTURE: Jo 
be a Computer Technician "Why 
mel" 





ROBERT L. TILTON 
TILTY 

Soc, 1. 2, 3; Wtr, 1; SpTr, 1. 2. YB, 
MaHS, 3, 4 

REMEMBER: Family. Friends, N.H. 
w/Dave & Greg, camp in ME., sum- 
mer trips, J. Geils w/Paul, Bald Mtn., 
Soccer, summer '81, the '63, Sara- 
nac FORGET: Double Sessions, Be- 
ing broke. Minimum Wage FUTURE: 
Go to college and start my own 
garden center "How's It goln'?" 



DIANNEL. TOBEY 
Dl 

C-C. 1-4. Wtr, 1-4, SpTr, 1, 2, 4; 
Golf, 3. NHS. 3, 4, MaHS, 2-4; YB 3, 4, 
Ed, 4; Wdct, 3 

REMEMBER: family, friends: Joan, 
Andrea, Julie. Pam. Jennifer, John, 
C's, Lisa's, Kim's, Steve's, Bob's. 
MYF: "Washington." FORGET: un- 
friendly competition FUTURE: To live 
a fulfilled life with God and friends 
"We are all. Free. To do. What- 
ever. We want. To do." 




STEPHEN G. TOBEY 
TOBE 

Wres. 1-4; SpTr, 1-3; C-C. 1 
REMEMBER: Family, wrestling, B.U., 
Summer of '82, Mr. Nee, The Mor- 
gans, Florida FORGET: Anatomy 8t 
Physiology, the '83 Sectionals, 
Spanish, Valley News, The Ledger, 
and 8, 2 and 6, Chemistry, Carnivals 
FUTURE: To be happy "Hey, man . . 



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SUZANNE K. TOLINI 

Bskbl Cheer. 1; Ftbl Cheer, 2-4, 
Capt. 4; Prom Comm, 2-4; YB 3, 4; 
SrCIPI, StCn 

REMEMBER: Family, Frank (10-24- 
81), Friends, Cheering (especially 
'81), Baldwin '82, Patty's '81 party, 
Patrice's, FORGET: abandoned, Fa- 
ther's accident, scumbags. Fights 
w/Frank, captain. Decisions FU- 
TURE: To be successful, happy, and 
rich! 
"No wayl" 



ELAINE P. TRIGILIO 
BEANIE 

C-C, 1, 2 

REMEMBER: Brian, Summer 83, The 
Memory of Scott Churchill, '68 
Chevy, Industrial Arts, concerts, 
Partys, Janine, Summer 82, Auto- 
motives, teachers. True friends, 
everything! FORGET: Bad times, 
fake friends, mistakes FUTURE: To 
decide what I want to do and be 
happy "Dudlsh" 





BRIAN P. TULLY 



MARGARET E. VACHON 
PEGGY 

C-C, 1, 2, Wtr, 1, 2 
REMEMBER: My dad, Family, N 8t P, 
Ann, close friends, Jims advice, 
Maine-Patty, slamdancing-Len, 
Good times with Brian. B.U. -Kevin, 
Cape, Belmores, Mr Fardy, SSMB 
FORGET: 8/22/83, FAKE FRIENDS. 
12/23/82. Emotional chaos. Diets. 
D.F FUTURE: To be happy in life "/ 
don't nmttd thltl" 



RUSSELL C. TROW 
RUSS 

Soc. 1. 2, 3. Capt. 4; Tr 1, 2 
REMEMBER: Family, Friends, C C . 
T.C.. G.H., B.E., BT. D.F , Saugus. 
Gloucester, U Haul. Florida, Bills. 
G.H.I.B.. Going to Beach with no 
Brakes. Tuna?! Bud FORGET: 
Maine, Schnapps, Southern, walk- 
ing to parties, Jake the Snake FU- 
TURE: Don' 1 worry about tomorrow 




MARK V. VALENTE 
PARBS 
REMEMBER: My mother. Chartene 
12/10/82. good times w/Charlene. 
concerts. The rink. Baldwin. 7 1 Chal- 
lenger. C.B.. D.D.. D V.. JO GF . 
North Wilmington FORGET: 
1/22/83, Fights w/Chariene 
Tewksbury, My Occident town park 
FUTURE: To live a long and happy 
life with Chartene "Ya gotta fovm 
It" 



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MICHAEL ANTHONY VALENTE 
MIKE 

C-C. 1; JA, 2 

REMEMBER: family, friends, Val. Kim 
D., Kris, Terry, Volcanoes, week- 
ends, parties, Gina S., Patrice's fall. 
Toga, Sue, RS. long talks, KS FOR- 
GET: Bad influences, fights, 9th 
grade locker, my job. "conceited" 
ones FUTURE: To always be smiling 
"You know what I'm saying?" 



JAMES R. WALLACE 
JIM 

C-C, 1-4; Hoc, 1-3; Golf. 2-4; StCn, 
4; NHS. 3, 4; SpHS. 2; MaHS, 3. 4; 
REMEMBER: Family, friends, Ann, 
Nanci, Steve, SH guys, Christine, 
Jeanne, Jud, Linda, Winning States. 
Lisa, Deb, Saco trip FORGET: "We'll 
get you in," Duster, wallet, being 
the "cat," "What are you doing 
here?" FUTURE: Make more money 
than Gus. 



JOANN WALSH 
JO 

Wtr, 1; Sfbl, 2. 4; YB. 3. 4; Prom 
Comm, 3, 4; SrCIPI 
REMEMBER: ERIK 11/13/82. family. 
COASKBTLDDKPLGLDHM. Plum Is- 
land. 2/19/83, The Anchor. RWC. 
basketball games, psychedelic 
thread, Kancamagus, Truly, talks. 
FORGET: Fights, crying, hurting peo- 
ple I love, 11/23/83, 8/4/83, FFHJ. 
digues FUTURE: To live, love, laugh, 
and be happy. "Huh?l" 






JOHNE. WALSH 
WEASEL 
REMEMBER: D &c D in Large Cafe 
with MS R.W. J.W. B.H. S.R. Print shop 
with MS J.S. and S.G. What little 
meatle shop MS and I had FORGET: 
Sophomore english FUTURE: design- 
er "Schmuck" 



KITTY WALSH 
RATTRAP 

SrCIPI set Desgn, 4 
REMEMBER: Cafe 120 and Ms. Sil- 
va's Flying Kick in the Head, And all 
my friends, whom I love. Lust for Ly- 
don. Skull. FORGET: You who gave 
me hatred, ignorance, insecurity, 
you who buried me alive. FUTURE: 
Cash from chaos (my artwork). 
"You've never listened to a word 
that I've said; you've only seen 
me by the clothes I wear" 



MARGARET M. WALSH 
MEG 
REMEMBER: family, friends. . Steve. 
Sue. Rose, Pauline. Michelle. Linda &. 
The Classics, flower Night, Rush, 
Rainbow, Getting pulled over- 10- 
15-81, My other family FORGET: 
Bad times. Getting bagged FU- 
TURE: Go to Broadcasting school 
"This Is true" 



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SUSAN JEAN WANDELL 
SUE 
REMEMBER: Family. John. Cheryl. 
Anthony, Shirley, John, Lori, Terry, 
Lisa, Joanne, Summer of '83, all- 
nighters, parties, concerts, Hamp- 
ton Beach FORGET: 12-11-81, get- 
ting caught, 9-1-83, hangovers, 
bad times FUTURE: To be happy 
and successful in my goals "Do It 
up" 




NANCI MARIE WELCH 

C-c. Sfbl, 1, MaHS, 1-4, REMEMBER: 
Family, Linda, Janet, Jimmy, Lu-Sei, 
NY. w/Joan. R I. w/Fran. Renaldo, 
Isma, driving w/ Mrs. Nistico, Fridays, 
Ital, Olymp. FORGET: fights with 
Mom, hospitals. Tewks, t-pole, 2 
people w/diff looks, narrow mind- 
ed people, changes F UTURE: hope- 
fully S.M.'s "You know what I 
mean?" 







CAREN ANNE WARD 
WARDLY 

Gym. 1, 2; Bskbl Cheer, 3. Ftbl 
Cheer, 4 

REMEMBER: Family, Friends, Lor- 
raine, Jeanne, Julie, Allison, Kevin, 
John, Robbins', All-nighters, field-3 
9/3/83, TW/L & J, NH Canoe, 10/2 
8c 10/82, SW/KC, Mr. Breakey, LFJ 
FORGET: Sophomore year, JP's 
tree. ONS, getting caught, lies, 
FWK, competition, Jr. Prom FUTURE: 
To live, love and laugh 




TAMMY L YNNE WESINGER 
TAMARA 

St aide, 1-4. LangCI. Pres. 4 
REMEMBER: camp 40-acres. Sara- 
nac. Tennesee, Loverboy. Dia. Ja- 
net. Sherri. Moe, Suzanne. Lynn, fly- 
paper. Johnny. JB. CC. EH. JP. DH. 
Mr Fardy. sick. Blind dates. Klinger. 
Cesar. Wayne. FORGET: mono- 
mania 6/83, typing FUTURE: Col- 
lege "Where ya been all my life?" 




CARROL ANN WATERMAN 
CARROLCAKES 
REMEMBER: Family. Carol and Bill. Bill 
4/18/82, Janet Joan. Nancy, Jenni- 
fer, Dave, Sue, Sharon. Friends of 
BM, Senior prom. Stanface, Mrs 
Basmajian. Miss Kennedy, times out 
with the girls. FORGET: Jocks, gym, 
cliques FUTURE: College and mar- 
riage "Oh, I don't know." 




TIMOTHY ANDREW WHITE 

Bsbl. 1. 2 

REMEMBER: Close fnend. Washing- 
ton State 8th. 9th grade. Summer 
1982. 5/23/82. Dahn/Washmgton 
81 FORGET: 10th grade. W- 
grade WHS. 9/7/83. 9/1/81 FU 
JURE 3 become a p*r* "To cool 
for school. " 



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KERRY J. WOODLAND 
LEGS 
REMEMBER: Marlene, celebrations, 
Dave, 12/25/82, Bobby, Billerica 
gang, Parties, written feelings, Deb- 
bie, allnighters, weddings, sisters, 
NY. eve FORGET: English, gym. em- 
barrasing moments, backstabbers, 
rumors, decisions, S.D. FUTURE: Get- 
ting through each day as it comes 
"Remember yesterday, dream of 
tomorrow, but live for Today." 



DONNA J. WING ATE 

Bskbl, 1; Sfbl, 1; Gym. 3, SpTr, 2, 4, 
Prom Comm, 3, 4; SrCIPI 
REMEMBER: family, friends. Police 
83, "The flat," California, Jr. Prom, 
Celica 12, Talks w/h Lesa and Bon, 
cracking up w/friends, Canada 
w/LH, G.F.'s. Florida? WIPT, Bud, 
ANW/KCJM. FORGET: confusion, 
misunderstood, sign KCSS, losers FU- 
TURE: own a white convertible Mer- 
cedes 




LAURIE ELIZABETH WOLFE 

Sftbl 1. FdHoc 2. Prom Com 3. 4 
REMEMBER: Family. Allison. Lois. 
Gina, Susan, Gregg, Junior Prom, 
cruisin, our boys. Partying, Riunite. 
cannon, magic bus, Gina's trip, 
skipping, the fort, Saugus FORGET: 
skunks, wrongway, curfew, work- 
ing, 1/17/83, confusion! FUTURE: Be 
happy always "But anyway ..." 




NANCY ANNE WOODS 
NANC 

FdHoc 1. VBI 1; Bskbl 1, Sftbl 1-4 
REMEMBER: Mark 10/10/83. 
Friends, Walshies gang, camping at 
G.V. and K.Q.. dancing, waterski- 
ing, Rec league. Spanish 4, stomp- 
ers Halloween, 2nd family, prom, 
K.Q. Gang Family FORGET: bad 
times, groupies, soft coach, SAT's 
FUTURE: To be happy "Yeah, 
right!" 



JA Y F. ZAINO 
REMEMBER: Bigger Ave, Depot. 
Rink, Baldwins. Rag sessions with 
C.C.. Toyota. Traci, Laurie, court 
with Tully FORGET: Michelle, Cheryl, 
Dennis, LTD. moped, keg party at 
Depot FUTURE: College 



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LEEANN M. ZAMMUTO 
LEE 

SkiCI 2-4 

REMEMBER: Family. J.G.. J.S.. L.R.. 
L.G.. L.F.. T.C.. B.H.. S.G.. M.F.. "P" 
D.G.. "RB". Fr. yr. w/B.F.. BB-day. Vt 
w/Lau. Nick, Cr 8/21/83. Noel. Mt. 
Show, rink. Hampton w/ Jo. Spring- 
steen FORGET: Certain people!, 
3/27/82. worring, Lorraine/OJ. 
Sneaking out FUTURE: Own a day 
care center with Jo. and be happy 
"You guy's!" 




Also Graduating 



Marc E. Anderson 
Scott L. Anderson 
Mary D. Andrews 
Camille M. Bertini 
Thomas C. Brennan 
Douglas M. Burpee 
Milton Calder 
Jeffrey L. Callan 
Anthony Cenca 
Christopher Corbett 
Evelyn Grassia Cotto 



Christine Cronin 
John Cunningham 
Joan Curran 
Lisa M. DeCecca 
Elaine DiGiambattista 
David M. DiPersio 
Kevin Donovan 
Tina Eaton 
June Elliott 
David J. Florio, Jr. 
Christopher Ford 



Lisa F. Ford 

Michael Gill 

Stephanie Golden 

Ann Marie Vayo Guevara 

Donald Gunn 

Therron Hamlin 

William B. Harmen 

Eric W. Holden 

Timothy Kelley 

Cynthia J. LaFave 

Raymond Landry 



Steven P. MacDonald 
Richard Madore 
Charles J. Naimo 
Richard G. Nicholas 
Michael T. Nigrelli 
Albert M. Orio 
Christine M. Rossetti 
Philip Sokolowski 
Christopher A. Taylor 
Ronald Taylor 
John Waterman 



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Lois Fltzpatrlck - Queen; Sharon Boudreau, Suzanne Tolini, 
Michelle Faulkner, Judy Seville, Leann Zammuto, and Lynn 
Goulet. 



HOMECOMING QUEEN & COURT 



Judy Seville - Queen; Cheryl Evans, Suzanne Tolini, Lois Fitzpa- 
trick, Allison Nolan, and Cheryl Olson. 



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Michelle Faulkner, Cheryl Olson, Julie Celata, Patty Conant, 
Ruth Durkee, Sandi Gedney, Laurie Wolte and Allison Nolan. 



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National Geographic Hieroglyphics Award goes to Roy 
McLanahan for writing a total of 87,000 words in AP Literature 
and Composition. Only 2 of them were legible. The prize 
consists of a plaque which says . None of which are legible 
on the plaque. 

The Three C's Award: Colleen McKenna, Christine Berry 
and Christine Enos receive the Talking While Writing Award 
for doing all of thier papers while discussing such monumental 
topics as: 

A. How to wear purple mascara creatively. 

B. Lip rouge for early morning hours. 

C. Earrings and bracelets as sex symbols. 

D. Senior boys for fun and profit. 

Their prize is an all expenses paid trip to any uninhabited island 
in the South Pacific where they will promptly talk all of the 
animals out of their gourds. 

The Silence Is Golden Award goes to Lisa Gldarl for Mr. 

Joyce's eigth period AP Literature and Composition class for 
completing an entire semester's work without uttering a single 
word. Her prize is a leather-bound copy of Billy Budd which she 
can keep on her night stand in order to enjoy silent reading in 
the evening hours. 



Dynamic Duo Award goes to Andrea Gosselln and Dlanne 

Tobey for completing all of the papers in Literature and Com- 
position in Tandem. Their award is to go to the back of the 
class and argue eternally. (M. Joyce) 

Mark Adams & Mary Andrews: The Fouryearsonthe- 
Blacklist Award. Scott Bishop, Andrea Gosselln, Dlanne To- 
bey and Joan Sullivan receive the Reserved Library Table 
Award. The Vldal Sassoon Trophy is presented to David 
Coolldge and Sue Shay. Lisa Desforge gets the Lady Loqua- 
ciousness Award. Susan Jones is the winner of the 
Nanook of the Frozen North Award. Susan Lapper the "/ 
Really Meant To Have It In On Time Award. (B. Shea) 

Chef Albano-DISarclna A wards to Joanne O'Donoghue and 
Jill McQuestlon. The Future "Virginia Slims Housewives" 
Awards presented to Colleen McKenna and Ruth Durkee. 
To Jay Barrett and Gerry Lawrenson the Most Talkative- 
Verbose Awards. To the Future Super Heavyweight 
Champion we salute Cheryl Wllley. The Sports Trivia 
Expert Diploma is given to Steve Tobey. (G. DiSarcina) 

The Bottomless-Keg Award is presented to Janet Magllozzl, 
Bonnie MacEachern and Denlse Foley. The Moldy Santa 
Clause to Patty Conant and the ATP Award to Dave Bou- 
dreau (R DeRosa) 

To Stephanie Brlggs goes the Future "Little Miss 
Homemaker" Award. The Rotary Club Award winner is 
Darin Colarusso. (J. Gillis) 

The Matt Dillon Badge to Darin Mather. Joey MacEachern 

wins the Leslie Basmajian Tiny Tim Trophy. Patty Conant will 
receive the Jim Gillis New Tennis Shorts Award. Carl Be- 
atrice: The Dick Fardy Music Award, The Horses' A., trophy 

presented by the Yecid Corporation to Rob Sullivan. (R. Di- 
cey) 

The Solarcalne Award to Frank Carta. Con-Artists: Tony 
Cencaand Joanne O'Donoghue. The Tardy Award Certifi- 
cates presented to Lisa Hall and Chris Rosettl. (J. Lynch) 

The Harold Garrett Award for quietness, subtetly and privacy 
to Mark Valente. Totally Tubular Award: 'Where did you 

learn to talk that way" - Allison Nolan. Wilmington Police 
Department's Rip Van Winkle Award to Therron Hamlin. An 
expense paid three nights with Matt Joyce goes to Jerry 
Lawrenson. (R. Scanlon) 



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Washington and recalled the days 
when Martin Luther King Jr. had a 
dream; James Watt talked himselt out 
of a job, and physicist Sally Ride be- 
came the first American woman in 
space. Rita M. Lavelle swore that she 
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jury that convicted her of perjury disa- 
greed.) Every six months there were 
twice as many Americans with the in- 
curable and often fatal affliction 
known as AIDS. (To date, 1,225 have 
died.) 

It was a year to let 'er rip. Torn fashions 
. . . featured in Flashdance . . . included 
oversize sweatshirts with the neckline 
rent and a lot of shoulder exposed. 

Did Michael Jackson make MTV, or 
was it the other way around? It's a toss 
up, but they obviously were created 
for each other. Jackson. 25. has the 
voice, the looks— and all the right 
moves. 

A few fads came — and went. Some 
25 million Wacky Wallwalkers were 
sold, and kids jazzed up sneakers with 
Really Lizzies and friendship pins. A 
Cabbage Patch Kid was the most de- 
sirable Santa item. And having babies 
was the thing to do. More than 3 miHion 
women produced real, live dolls. 

In the early morning darkness of Sep- 
tember 1, a Korean Air Lines 747 was 
hit by a Soviet air-to-air missile, king al 
269 passengers and crew. 

Can we talk? At 48. Joan Rivers is one 
legend who finds it most becoming to 
knock other legends. Right. Liz? 

Mum doesn't mind the makeup. After 
all. her Boy George. 22. has also made 
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Vanessa W«ams. 20. the 56th Mrs 
America and the pageant's first black 

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larly in 1983 . . floods, droughts, 
earthquakers, volcanoes. Part 
of the problem was El Nino, a 
climate-altering quirk of abnor- 
mally warm water off South 
America. In New York City 
enough rain fell (more than 70 
inches) to break all records . . 
and cut short a July concert by 
Diana Ross in Central Park. 

On October 5, 1983, Lech Wa- 
lesa is named Nobel Peace 
Prize Winner. 

U.S. warships cruised in the wa- 
ters off Lebanon and Central 
America . . . silver-gray images 
of World War II. On Nov. 4, 
1983, troopers from the Army's 
82nd Airborne Division returned 
to Fort Bragg, N.C., fatigued 
from their assault on Grenada 
and the 10-day securing of the 
island. Nineteen Americans 
had been killed and 144 
wounded, but the controver- 
sial war was won. 

Once again, a year was 
stained by assassination. Philip- 
pines opposition leader, Ben- 
igno S. Aquino was shot in the 
head at Manila International 
Airport on August 21, 1983. 

In October a 65-mile human 
chain, composed of more than 
200,000 West German anti- 
nuke protestors, stretched 
from Stuttgart to Neu-Ulm, 
where nine Pershing II missiles 
were scheduled to be installed 
by the end of the year. 

In September Australia II be- 
came the first America's Cup 
challenger in 132 years to beat 
a U.S. 12-meter sailboat. 




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Church of the 






Poison Mind 


Culture Club 




All This Love 


Debarge 




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Def Leppard 




Twist of Fate 


Oliva Newton-John 




The Curly Shuffle 


Jump'n the Saddle 


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VALEDICTORY 



We, the class of 1984 stand ready today to make our entrance into the "real world". What we face may well be a world deficient in something 
only we, as youth, can provide. Only we, with our comparatively new outlook, can give the world the hope, the faith it needs to grow, to 
change, and to flourish. 

Too often people do not realize their full potential. They have no faith in themselves: and they do not trust their capabilities. Because they do not 
have confidence in themselves, they cannot find it in others. How many times have you heard the cliche "if you want something done, do it your- 
self"? We are instantly suspicious of the motives of others, skeptical and wary would serve them, we could replace our apathy with action, our 
despair with hope, and our doubts with faith. However, we do not need a blind faith, for believing without understanding leads only to more 
doubt and more uncertainty. As the Spanish philosopher Miguel de Unamuno once said "Faith which does not doubt is dead enthusiasm, a faith 
which offers possibility. This is a faith which only the optimism of youth can offer, a renewal of hope for those who have lost the newness and 
excitement we bring. If we can keep this faith, we can improve, rather than destroy, our world. For as J. G. Whittier said in his poem, "Ichabod"- 
When faith is lost, faith is lost, when lest they let us down. This distrust is especially ture about those who lead us. The institutions of society- govern- 
ment and education-are viewed as corrupt and irretrievable from their state or near collapse. Without even attempting to understand the rpo- 
cedures and systems created by those before us, they criticize those who lead us, and pessimism easily become the prevailing attitude of our 
society. 

But-what if we were to believe? What if we were to allow ourselves to trust our feelings and utilize our own resources? What if we were to believe 
in others and allow our faith to become their strength? If people could trust that the institutions they have created honor dies/the man is dead. 

Dianne Tobey 



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Effort. The exertion of one's energies to attain a preset, clearly defined goal. Every person who succeeds knows the word effort. It is the manifes- 
tation of dedication and perserverance and those with character exhibit this trait. 

We live in a world where success and failure coincide. Failure often comes from a lack of effort; but. unfortunately, many times it will come from 
uncontrollable circumstances in our lives. Success, however, will almost always come from hard work. Very few people will achieve their goals on 
"luck." We all must take control of those unpredictable variables in our lives and manipulate them for our own needs. 

Think, move; strive; and ultimately succeed. Think of the future, erase the fear, explore new possibilities, and extend your limitations. With perser- 
verance one can dare to climb every mountain; dream the impossible dream; and most importantly, boldly go where no man has gone before. 

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We the graduating class of 1984. being of sound mind and body, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. Now that we have finally finished our four years at Wilmington High School. 
many of us would like to leave a few special reminders to both our good times and our bad times here at WHS. 

Dean Athanasla and Paul Calzzl leave those two sexy freshmen Jackie O'Brien and Amy Holmes to follow around somebody else next year Carl Beatrice leaves complete instructions on how to 
use a wheelchair from his experience in the Senior Class Play "The Man Who Came to Dinner" Linda Nlstlco leaves her outstanding tennis ability to junior Stacey Palmer. Dlanne Tobey eaves ad her 
deadline worries to next year's yearbook editor. Judee Landrigan leaves her laugh to anyone who can stand it Jay Barrett leaves his Fu-Man-Chu mustache to Salvl Woods. Chris McMenlmen 
leaves her moral and wholesome values to Ann Llnehan. Jay Hanafln leaves next year's pitching chores to Donald Gorskl. Julie Celata, moving on to bigger and better things, finally leaves her 
job at that fine place of employment. Demoulas Super Market. Darin Colarusso leaves the superlative space open in next year's yearbook to some junior who will fill his shoes Robert Sullivan 
leaves his extra 28 credits to Keith Dunnett. Maureen Brennan leaves her temper tantrums in Anatomy to Mrs. McCarthy. Lisa Hall and Donna Wlngate leave a bottle of wine and a six pack of 
beer to Miss Cassldy and Mrs. Urquhart. From her experience at the Yum Yum Shop, Christine Berry leaves behind her new book "101 Creative Ways to Decorate a Cake " Joan Sullivan eaves 
her mdrshall baton to any senior who wants to twirl It next year Kathy Shelley leaves her preppieness to Lisa Doucette. Sandra Crowley leaves yer X-rated films to sister Janet for future party use 
Janet Magliozzl leaves her instructions to "How to Plan A Keg Party" to Mr. DeRosa. Russell Trow leaves his soccer playing ability to Steven Calzzl. Bonnie MacEachern leaves the class of 84s fi- 
nancial situation for Mr. Dicey to worry about. Jim Cheney leaves his famous bat mobile to the Wilmington Tow Truck Co Sandl Geaney leaves her knowledge of how to breathe in a mummy case 
for 10 minutes without fainting. Colleen McKenna leaves her mini skirt and fishnet stockings to the J.G.'s. Darin Mather leaves his sophomore harem behind to Dean Colarusso and Chuck 
Montetorte leaves Cheryl Bishop to follow somebody else around next year. Garth Halllday leaves his stylish hairdo to the heatmiser Chris McMenlmen leaves her "To Drink or Not to Drink" 
speech to Jim Wallace. Brian Tully and Dennis Moron leave their hockey sticks to David Fuller and Dante DeMarco. Caren Ward and Lorraine Flaherty leave their llama story to anyone who'll 
believe it. Frank Carta and Suzanne Tollnl leave behind their superb acting ability from their major motion picture endeavor "Under the Influence " John Pelletler leaves his Stanley Ernest. Stanley 
Stanley, Ernest Stanley character to anyone who knows the real name of the character, Denlse Foley leaves her Friday and Saturday nights at Rocco's to Reglna Depasquale. Jeanne Scott 
leaves her sarcastic and vindictive remarks to Jim Wallace. Stacy Sargent leaves her mark on the tree at the corner of Middlesex Ave. and Clark St, Last Year's Anatomy and Physiology classes 
leave Mr. DeRosa the ATP cyclic acid cycle, immortalized on the backboard in Room 109. Lisa DesForge and Stephanie Brlggs leave all the hurdles and the mats on the football field for somebody 
else to carry in. Patrice Buckley and Patty Conant leave their skiing ability, from their Killington trip, to Dlanne Foley. Frlan Robblns, Kevin Culllvan, amd Jim Wallace leave the WHS golf team with 
its first MVC small school championship. Paul Calzzl leaves the penguins to Lisa Elmstrom (alias Miss Preen) Capture the penguins yes!! Judee Landrigan leaves a complete manual on "How to 
Throw Up Without Anybody Noticing" to Chris Ashley. Steve Tobey leaves his knowledge of sports trivia to Mr. DISarclna and Mr. Nee. David Boudreau leaves his height and basketbal abety to 
Brian Wetzler. Ruth Durkee leaves behind her purple clothes, purple pens, and purple umbrella to any junior Whose favorite color is purple Cheryl Olson and April Smallldge wave their great win- 
dow on the set of the senior class play to anyone who can hopefully make a better one, Brian Cram leaves behind his senior soccer season - up until the time that he broke his leg For an intents and 
purposes, Gerry Sullivan finally leaves Mr. Olsson after 2 years of his history classes. Bernle McNally leaves the high school-still chasing after Allison Nolan. Scott Bishop leaves his knowledge of 
how to act drunk on pepsi and how to burp very loudly to anyone going out for the senior class play next year Billy Eno and Bill Fontaine leave behind their white mice to run through the cafe Beth 
Taylor leaves her experience at the beach to be forgotten, Jerry Lawrenson leaves a pair of handcuffs to Dean Athanasla and Paul Caizzl. Cheryl Evans leaves her famous jiff y cookie recipe to 
all the people who ate so many of them Mr. Joyce's AP World Lit Classes leave him the rest of the year to "use his time effectively." Dean Athanasla also leaves his position of quarterback. 
which was left to him by brother Charlie, to the last of the Athanasla quarterbacks, Chris. The WHS Varsity Hockey team finally leaves its mark at Boston Garden for the first time m the school's histo- 
ry, A 180, The Wilmington High School Varsity Football team leaves the Tewksbury Redmen defeated for the first time in 4 years The Class of 1984 leaves their deepest thanks to Mr. Dicey for his 
superior Job as class advisor. Judy Seville, Patty Conant, and Patrice Buckley leave on Tuesdays to visit the slide-ruler boys at W.P.I. The M.P.U. is left to anyone who thinks they can keep track of 
it on New Year's Eve! Finally, the members of the Senior Class leave Wilmington High School with fond memories of the past and bright hopes for the future 

Leslie Nagy 

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HISTORY 



The following document was recently discovered admidst the remains of an Ancient educational center which is believed to have been condemned around 1984 AD . some 2.000 years ago The 
document reads as follows 

It is difficult to know quite where to begin listing the chain of events which, combined, constitute the history of the prestigious Class of 1984. however. I have chosen a certain Tuesday m earty Sep- 
tember of 1980 The setting The Wilmington High School auditorium, the atmosphere: anticipation, the goal orientation, the result boredom! . . . 

The following day. two hundred and seventyseven ruddy cheeked aspiring young freshman crossed the broad lawns of the High School Uncommon and Off Limits 1 

Thus, the class of '84 officially entered the halls of Wilmington High School As days passed, the class officers were soon to be elected under the advisory of Mr Keenon President Lots Fitzpatrick. 
Vice-president Laurie Jones. Treasurer Sharon Boudeau and Secretary Susan Lapper 

The following year. Stephen Raso bought a new shirt. The class officers were the same, however. Mr. Keenan became a victim of Proposition 2 !4 and Mr Dicey assumetJ the position of class odvisof 
Fund raising continued with the sale of magazines, and preparations for the Junior prom began 

To the dismay of the entire school, Dr, George Eisenburgh was fired-uh. resigned and Harold Garrett became God for the following year Mr Redmond, the acting vice -principal completely 
disgusted us in the hallways with his ties The common was closed Upperclassmen responsibilities and freedoms were abolished along with the morning breakfost program Al n al a very good year 



As Juniors, new class officers were elected President Frank Carta. Vice-president Lois Fitzpatrick. Treasurer Bonnie MacEachern and Secretary Chris McMemmen 

The Homecoming marked the third consecutive year that the class of '84 was selected as the loudest class at the Pep Rally-thanks to Jay Barrett Friday. May 13, marked the Juniof Prom "We've 
Got Tonight" which was held at the Sheraton Rolling Green in Andover and which was hilighted by the selectm of Lois Fitzpatrick as Prom Queen-enough said 

The next day, the weather was warm but the water at Good Harbor was very cold . . . 

The final year- 1984 was productive for both sports and activities Many things happened Dean Afhanasia defeated Tweksbury m the Thanksgiving Day game The hockey team mode it to the East- 
ern State finals It was a tight game, they were barely defeated in the final minutes of the last two periods by Columbus The final score 8-3 

The Senior class play "The Man WHO Came to Dinner" directed by Lynn Schiener had two very successful performances 

Mr. Richard DeRosa was selected as Acting Principal with the unfortunate retirement of Harold Garrett 

Mr Woods got a "real" job 

Senior class dues were paid 

1984 marks the proposal for the Renovation of the High School which passed after its second deliberation 

The Senior Prom "Wishing On a Star" was a great success at the Sheraton Tara m Nashua. New Hampshire, featuring Prom Queen Roth DurVee 

All in all. there were many events and incidents to look back upon over the past four years Especially an event which occured on a rmd-Fndav afternoon n May of ths very some year- w*~^> most I 
those who were attributed membership to the class of 84 departed the hallways and classrooms of Wirmngton High School— never to return 

With thanks and appreciation to the dedicated members of the faculty and school administration I bring the class history to a close 

Looking forward to graduation June 3. 1984 I wish you all the best 

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Last week I had a dream. I dreamt that I was accompanying Peter 
McLellan on a break-dacing tour of New England when our plane 
stopped in Boston for the night. I went to the newsstand to buy the paper. 
As I bought the paper, I noticed April Smallidge's picture on the cover of 
Playboy magazine. She was, of course, Miss April. I also saw Ed Kaiser's 
picture on the cover of Computer Weekly magazine, and Bonnie MacEa- 
chern on the cover of Glamour magazine offering facial cosmetic tips. I 
was surpised to read that the date on the news paper was 1994. That 
explains it, I thought, while reading how Darin Colarusso had debated his 
latest military strategy before the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Supporting Darin 
from the Air Force was the dare-devil pilot, Lucien Grise. 

In the Entertainment section of the paper, there was news of Carl Be- 
atrice's famous rock'n'roll band appearing in concert at the garden with 
special guests Judee Landrigan and Jerry Lawrenson on trumpet. Jay 
Barrett was performing his comedy act for the benefit of the born-again 
Christians, headed by Bill Fontaine and Mark Valente. John Hulbert had 
finally taken over Byron Allen's role in Real People. There was a new 
sequel to Bruce Lee's movie, "The Return of The Dragon" starring Greg 
Frazier. 

In the Sports section, Dean Athanasia, Dennis Moran, and Brian Tully were 
again making history together on the Boston Bruins. In local football, Keith 
Dunnett was the proud captain of the Wilmington Wildcats on his ninth 
waiver, with Gerry Sullivan as head coach. Sean Obeirne was tearing up 
the courts at Wimbledon while Brian Robbins and Jim Wallace competed 
in the U.S. Open. Golf Tournament. 

The Gossip page was written by two of my acquaintances, Cheryl Olson 
and Karen Coville. Their latest work showed an exclusive photo of Beth 
Taylor dating basketball star Danny Ainge. Rumours were that Steve 
Bonaccorsi and Lorraine Flaherty were still seeing each other. The latest 
news about Diane Tobey was that her multi-million dollar engineering firm 
had some new employees: Paul Caizzi, Scott Anderson, and Rob Sullivan 
as engineers and cousin Steve Tobey in the cafeteria making ice cream 
cones for the employees. . Dennis Riley, Scott Bishop and Larry Grant 
were seen in body-building class with instructors Garth Halliday and Paul 
Bossi. Russel Trow had increased his antique car collection and Ruth 
Durkee was being urged by admirers to run for Miss America. Lastly, 
rumours of Olympic skier Patty Conant returning from her world tour had 
made the paper. 



There were many interesting advertisements throughout the paper. One 
was for Joe MacEachern's Hardware store, next to Chris Rossetti's Phar- 
macy. Steve Stokes advertised his roast beef restaurant chain on the 
same page as Frank Carta's weight loss clinic. I saw that Judy Seville was 
a fashion model as she modeled for Stacy Sargeant's newest line of 
fashion apparel. Kristin Hayward advertised her mental health practice as 
she used Jim Burns and Dave Dipersio for references. 

Of course, my dream was brief and I did not have the time to read about 
everyone from my graduating class, but I'm sure that if any group has the 
potential to make news in 1994 it is my class of 1984 and I wish you all the 
best. 

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